If NYU professor Jeffrey Wurgler is right, investors should keep most of their money in major...


If NYU professor Jeffrey Wurgler is right, investors should keep most of their money in major index components, all things equal. According to Wurgler's research, S&P 500 membership drove a price premium in the order of 40% over less than a decade.

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  • Glocks-n-Gold
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    Keep the majority of your money in gold, silver, ammo, firearms, canned goods, medicine, water and pitchforks!
    22 Sep 2010, 02:01 PM Reply Like
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