Richard A. Ferri

Richard A. Ferri

Richard A. Ferri, CFA, is the founder and director of Research at Portfolio Solutions, LLC, a low-cost investment adviser firm in Troy, Mich. He has written numerous books on subjects ranging from asset allocation to index funds and ETFs.

  1. Savings

    Your Million-Dollar Gift To Wall Street

    Ignore this article if you enjoy giving your money to millionaires.
  2. Active Trading

    How To Retain Your Sanity In A Volatile Market

    Are you prepared for the next terrifying moment? Turn off the TV, take the dog for a walk--and settle on a stock allocation you can stick with.
  3. Brokers

    Look At Me! I Beat The S&P!

    How investment advisors use the wrong benchmarks to make poor performance look good.
  4. Trading Strategies

    Active Managers' Market-Beating Claims Debunked

    New, more precise mutual fund style analysis shows active management still underperforms over time.
  5. Mutual Funds & ETFs

    The Truth About Micro-Cap Index Funds

    They don't exist, because micro-caps are too small for index funds and ETFs to invest in.
  6. Mutual Funds & ETFs

    Don't Be Fooled By SPINdex Funds

    Active managers now spin their products as index funds and ETFs.
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