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ODIJ generally limits its investment advice to passively-managed Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs), mutual funds, fixed income securities, equity securities, real estate funds (including REITs), treasury inflation protected/inflation linked bonds, commodities or non-U.S. securities. ODIJ primarily recommends a blend of index funds across asset classes to a majority of its clients, but may use other securities as well to help diversify a portfolio when applicable.

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Investing for Retirement: 401k and More
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Environmental Investing: How it Differs from ESG
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INVESTING THOUGHTS
Should I Try to Time the Stock Market?
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Inflation
The Cycle of Investor Emotion
Countering Arguments Against Index Funds
Annuities - Why We Don't Sell Them
Aim for Average
How Finacial Firms Bill
Low Investment Fees
Understanding Fixed Income: Interest Rate Risk
Investing in a Bear Market
Investing in Gold
Is Your Investment Advisor Worth One Percent?
Active vs. Passive Investment Management
Investment Risk vs. Investment Return
Who Supports Index Funds?
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Does Stock Picking Work?
The Growth and Importance of Female Investors
Behavioral Economics

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