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Everything Money - Are ‘Fool Proof’ Investments Too Good To Be True?
Everything MoneyThere are those who say that - even in a struggling economy - there are investment opportunities that simply “can’t miss.” But are these so-called “fool-proof” investments too good to be true?

Guest:
  Sheryl Marshall, financial consultant

Tip of the Day:
Keep your expenses low when investing. Stock and bond returns are largely unpredictable, but the one factor that is predictable is the expense rate. A recent Hewitt analysis found that cutting investment fees by 25 basis points—or $25 per $10,000 investment—could have the same effect as receiving an extra half-percentage-point match from your employer over your career.

Links:
  Joel Greenblatt's The Little Book That Beats The Market
  Read more about the 'Larry Porfolio' on nytimes.com
  For Wonks Only: Mean-Absolute Deviation Portfolio Optimization  

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