A fund manager shows a graph displaying activities of shares on the French Stock Exchange, in a financial analysis office in Paris, France, Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2015. Chinese stocks fell Tuesday for a fourth day, hitting an eight-month low amid signs Beijing was no longer buying shares to stem a price slide, and Japanese stocks also dropped. But other Asian and European markets bounced back from a day of heavy losses.(AP Photo/Francois Mori)
Richard Harris
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Macroscope by Richard Harris

Doing next to nothing: an investment strategy that works

Over the long term, strategic, low-turnover investing is a strategy that reaps rewards, writes Richard Harris

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A fund manager shows a graph displaying activities of shares on the French Stock Exchange, in a financial analysis office in Paris, France, Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2015. Chinese stocks fell Tuesday for a fourth day, hitting an eight-month low amid signs Beijing was no longer buying shares to stem a price slide, and Japanese stocks also dropped. But other Asian and European markets bounced back from a day of heavy losses.(AP Photo/Francois Mori)
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