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What Eugene Fama’s 2013 Nobel Prize Means to You

– Financial markets seem to be more confusing than ever. A valid question is, “do they need to be?” A significant announcement was made recently, about a 2013 winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics. A University of Chicago professor, Eugene Fama, was awarded the Nobel Prize for his work regarding the ‘Efficient Markets Hypothesis’ that he began back in the 1960’s, as well as his work on “market-capitalization and ratios that compare book value to market value are highly predictive.”

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Pay Attention

– March 15, 2013 –
The outlook for relying on social security and government sponsored healthcare is not encouraging (entitlements are not affordable). This leaves retirees to rely on their personal savings. Managing a portfolio does not have to be as complex as some firms like to make it.

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