African-American Investors More Conservative
- African-American Investors Reluctant Investors... // Journal of Financial Planning;Nov99, Vol. 12 Issue 9, p21
This article presents a survey conducted by Ariel Mutual Funds and Charles Schwab & Co. about African American investors in the U.S. It has been observed that African Americans are qualified to invest but they are reluctant to get into stocks. The survey found several reasons, one of it was that...
- Apocalypse Then. Hobson, Mellody // Black Enterprise;Jan2010, Vol. 40 Issue 6, p30
The author discusses the lessons learned by money management firm Ariel Investments from the financial crisis in the U.S. ideal for investors. She emphasizes the need for investors to focus their investments on a company or set of companies that they know very well. She advises opportunist...
- Contrarian view of volatility. Bhansali, Rupal J // Money (Australia Edition);Sep2015, Issue 182, p61
The article discusses the benefits of volatility for contrarian investors who invest in out of favour or misunderstood stocks and mentions Ariel Investments' contrarian investing services which allow investors to tap into high-quality, undervalued investment opportunities.
- Owners privately unhappy. DANIELS, STEVE // Crain's Chicago Business;8/8/2011, Vol. 34 Issue 32, p0002
The article focuses on the pressure felt by investors at PrivateBancorp Inc. in boosting a stock that has been diminished while share prices of competitors in Chicago, Illinois area is in better condition. It says that the three main investors of the company are GTCR LLC, Mesirow Financial...
- INVESTORS BUY SAFE STOCKS FOR DIVIDENDS. // Ebony;Oct1950, Vol. 5 Issue 12, p77
Th article reports on the increase in the number of Afro-American financiers who have made stock investments in the U.S.
- High-income Blacks invest in stocks less than similar Whites. // Jet;04/27/98, Vol. 93 Issue 22, p18
Focuses on a study conducted by the Ariel Mutual Funds in Chicago and Charles Schwab & Company, which stated that Blacks who earn incomes of $50,000 or more do not invest in the stock market as much as Whites with similar incomes. Discussion on the impact of this decision by Blacks on their...
- MELLODY HOBSON. // Jet;3/22/2010, Vol. 117 Issue 11/12, p40
The article focuses on Mellody Hobson, president of Ariel Investments.
- Urban Leagueâ€™s golden gala. Bertagnoli, Lisa // Crain's Chicago Business;11/7/2011, Vol. 34 Issue 45, p0035
The article presents an interview with Mellody Hobson, president of Ariel Investments LLC. He is one of one of the co-chairs of the 50th Golden Fellowship Dinner of the organization Chicago Urban League which helps in building strong African-American communities. He talks about the Ariel...
- Survey: Rich Blacks Lag Whites in Stocks. Ackermann, Matt // American Banker;7/20/2005, Vol. 170 Issue 138, p7
Discusses how higher-income African Americans are less likely to invest in the stock market than higher income White Americans, according to a survey conducted by Ariel-Schwab Black Investor; Percentage of African American households that earn more than $50,000 a year and own stocks of mutual funds.