Recent Posts by Jeff Troutner
Equius Principles: Markets (Not Gurus) Build Wealth
I’m a big fan of the music service Spotify. Their algorithms have...
Equius Principles: Portfolio Rebalancing
Once your asset mix is established and we’ve selected the best investment...
Equius Principles: Culture Drives Everything
The investment industry over the past 40 years has evolved in ways...
Equius Principles: Portfolio Structure Matters, Part 2
Last month, I wrote about the importance of portfolio structure at the...
Equius Principles: Portfolio Structure Matters, Part 1
Since 1993, Equius has followed a set of foundational investing principles based...
Every year, I update a unique investment image I call the Index...
Hurray for the Short Sellers
As many of you know, I have been a consistent critic of...
Small cap and value stocks have surged over the last few months...
Charting a Good Value Story
Your actual experience with an asset class investing strategy like ours will...
The Narrowest of Markets
Or, So You Want To Be A Speculator? Through October 13, the...
“History doesn’t repeat itself, but it often rhymes” — Mark Twain One of...
A Historic Opportunity
Warren Buffett discussed the folly of backward-looking investing during the “Nifty Fifty”...
Staying In Your Seat: The Cost of Missing the Best Days In The Market
Ken French on Building Confidence as an Investor (video)
“My method for deciding how to split my portfolio between stocks and...
Ken French on Investment Risk (video)
“More generally, when you’re trying to determine the risk of any investment,...
Ken French on What to Consider When Building a Portfolio (video)
“Most people should use a top-down approach when building their portfolio.”
Ken French on Market Timing (video)
“Most investors shouldn’t try to time the market. When they do, they’re...
Survive This Unbroken and Confident
Since I wrote about the Stockdale Paradox in the May issue of...
Preparing for the Turn
Any investor thinking about giving up on large and small value stocks...
Considering the Stockdale Paradox
I was in high school during the 1973-1974 economic recession. OPEC, crazy...