All posts tagged "jason zweig"
Jonathan Clements and Jason Zweig Discuss Investor’s Challenges
Consuelo Mack interviewed financial journalists Jonathan Clements and Jason Zweig this month.
- Posted April 13, 2014
Is the Retirement Crisis Really a Crisis?
PBS Frontline recently presented a documentary called “The Retirement Gamble” which examines the role of the financial services industry in the developing retirement savings shortfall facing a large number of Americans. According to PBS correspondent Martin Smith,...
- Posted April 25, 2013
Index Funds Could Be Improving in the Future
Jason Zweig, writing the Wall Street Journal’s Intelligent Investor column, reports on a weakness of index funds and a possible solution: Until now, index funds have had an Achilles’ heel. One factor that makes indexing “a horrendous...
- Posted November 27, 2010
Advisors Fearful When They Should Be Greedy
Jason Zweig of the Wall Street Journal reports on the financial advisory industry and the questionable asset allocation advice they provide. Investment professionals are supposed to exercise independent judgment; in Warren Buffett’s words, they should be fearful...
- Posted November 1, 2010
Why Investors Herd…It Gives them Pleasure
Jason Zweig at The Wall Street Journal takes a new look at the tendency of investors to run in herds. Sometimes the most interesting answers to financial questions come from scientific labs. A study published last week...
- Posted June 21, 2010
Seth Klarman, "I’m skeptical that the European bailout will work"
Jason Zweig, writing for The Wall Street Journal, reports that legendary investor Seth Klarman is as worried about the world economy as he has ever been during his career as a money manager. Zweig interviewed Klarman in...
- Posted May 25, 2010