Barry Ritholtz

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Amazon. Photograph: Angela Weiss/AFP via Getty

Money manager Barry Ritholtz asked on Twitter last week: “What was your worst trade?” He admitted he still regrets selling Apple after quickly triplin(...)

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How should investors play the election? “They should vote”, says money manager Barry Ritholtz. “That is it.” He’s right; market outcomes can be count(...)

It is tricky  for investors to overcome their thinking biases. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

If you were considering investing in an active fund and you had the chance to ask the fund manager some questions, you might ask: How risky is this fu(...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. All investors can suffer from short-termism, says fund manager Joe Wiggins, “but it is easier for amateur investors to avoid it”. Photograph: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

Inside information, better tools, better connections, access to almost infinite amounts of data – it’s fair to say ordinary investors can’t compete ag(...)

An electronic stock board. Photograph: Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg

The US bull market is alive and well, with the S&P 500 hitting more all-time highs last week, but things have been nowhere nearly as rosy in Europ(...)

Elevated pay ratios have long been justified by the notion that you have to pay for top talent. Photograph: iStock

When it comes to the pay packets of chief executives, how much money is too much? The issue is likely to be the focus of increased attention in the c(...)

 Donald Trump: no other US president has allied himself so closely to the stock market. Photograph: Jonathan Ernst/Reuters

Until recently, it was hard to stop Donald Trump boasting about soaring stock prices. “We’re setting a record literally all the time,” he said last mo(...)

Some of the highest Cape readings in history were registered prior to major market crashes, and the indicator has long been used by long-term investors to establish whether equities are cheap or expensive. Photograph: iStock

A strong start to 2018 means US stock market valuations continue to head higher, so much so that the S&P 500 now appears to be even more expensive(...)

Although financial markets have been relatively calm thus far in 2017, there is a widespread perception that volatility has generally increased over t(...)

Brexit: could exercise investors in the months ahead. Studies show social and political values affect people’s investments in various ways. Photograph: Ben Stansall/AFP/Getty Images

Political risk has been one of the big themes of 2016, with Brexit exercising investors in recent months and the prospect of president Trump in the US(...)

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