Research indicates that humans are not naturally wired for prudent, long-term investing.
Six months after Dimensional's first comprehensive survey of the market downturn, Weston Wellington returns to the topic with a multi-part series on what investors should consider as they move forward.
David Booth discusses the importance of balancing volatility risk and purchasing power risk when investing for retirement.
Marlena Lee examines historical data to test the relationships between fiscal deficits, interest rates, business activity, investment returns, and exchange rates.
Dimensional Vice President Weston Wellington offers perspective on the unpredictability of market movements, how the current market downturn compares to past bear markets, and the resilience markets have historically shown.
David Booth interviews professors Eugene Fama, Kenneth French, and Robert Merton on Dimensional''s longstanding affiliation with leading financial academics, and how this rewarding partnership continues to shape Dimensional''s investment strategies.