Uncertainties, Probabilities, and Horror Stories

Peck, Maureen
October 2006
Journal of Financial Planning;Oct2006, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p10
Academic Journal
The article presents a letter from the editor concerning the periodical "Journal of Financial Planning." William Jahnke submits his final column for the periodical in this issue. Financial planner, author, and a principal of Evensky & Katz Wealth Management Harold Evensky will become a columnist for the periodical beginning in 2007. He and Mark Riepe of Charles Schwab will alternate writing on investment research. The author recommends the article "The Asset Allocation Debate: A Review and Reconciliation," by Yesim Tokat, Nelson Wicas, and Francis Kinniry.


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