Why You Shouldn’t Be Looking at Your Portfolio
Robert R. Johnson
This summer’s record highs for the Dow Jones industrial average and the S&P 500 index might have given you a warm and fuzzy feeling about your portfolio. It’s certainly more comforting to look at your portfolio when the markets are calm and asset prices are up than when volatility is high and prices are seemingly in a free-fall.
Rotblut, Charles, "Why You Shouldn’t Be Looking at Your Portfolio" (2016). In the News. 1630.