This page contains ideas and links to other investment resources that may be helpful when using our wealth-building program.
Go to our Retirement Calculators page in Book #4, The Intrinsic Value Wealth Creation Pyramid, for some very useful retirement calculators that can aid in planning for your retirement.
Dollar Cost Averaging
Invest in the 20 to 30 stocks over an 18 to 24 month period of time. This means, if you are investing over 24 months, you will be buying a new stock about every month. In some months you might buy a couple of stocks; and other months you might not buy any.
For more information on Dollar Cost Averaging, please click Dollar Cost Averaging, for an article discussing this investment technique.
To invest in individual securities, it is suggested that you use discount brokers such as Charles Schwab, Ameritrade, E-Trade, etc.
Comparing among the various discount brokers is a good idea. The American Association of Individual Investors (AAII) has some good publications that compare the services and fees charged by the various discount brokers.
When buying the mutual funds listed in our Mutual Funds page, you can purchase them directly from the mutual fund company.
Annual Returns on Stock, T.Bonds and T.Bills: 1928 – Current
The following data table, which links to the annual returns on stocks, bonds, and T-Bills, is published by Dr. Aswath Damodaran of the Stern School of Business at New York University (NYU).
You may want to use this data table in helping you determine your investment assumptions.