Request for Tips to CAPE Research!!
Email me your CAPE research/discussion tips. Include either an attachment or a link to the research/discussion.
Criteria - the material must be:
- Substantively analytical (more than simply unsupported assertions)
- Publicly available for free or a fixed and fair price
Kay Conheady, CFP©
The Proprietor's Disclaimers
Keeping current on CAPE research and discussion is both a professional duty I embrace on behalf of my clients and a labor or love.
Maintaining this website is purely a labor of love!
I have no for-profit association with any of the authors or researchers cited in the CAPE Research Catalog.
I exercise sole discretion as to the entries in the CAPE Research Catalog.
Inclusion of any particular article or discussion in the CAPE Research Catalog is not an endorsement of the findings, theories, proposals or opinions included in the article or discussion.
Nothing on this website should be construed as investment advice.
In my references and annotations I do not offer any critique of the cited material. I leave the role of critic to the research and researchers, of which I am one (though my efforts to contribute to this field of study are limited by my primary focus on serving my clients).
I am eager to make and keep the CAPE Research Catalog as comprehensive and up-to-date as possible. Toward this end I welcome tips about CAPE research and discussion. In order to be able to cite something, I need to know when it was originally published, by whom and I need to be able to read it myself to verify and summarize its contents. Additionally, the content must be available to the public for the foreseeable future for free or for a fixed and fair price (thus far, articles in the Journal of Financial Planning are the only exception).
I am open to feedback about how to improve this website but reserve the right to do with that feedback as I deem prudent.