Are Stocks Overtaking Real Estate in Household Portfolios ?

@inproceedings{Tracy1999AreSO,
  title={Are Stocks Overtaking Real Estate in Household Portfolios ?},
  author={Joseph S. Tracy and H. Schneider and Sewin Chan},
  year={1999}
}
A recent Newsweek article entitled “Why We’re Married to the Market” observed: “Seldom, if ever, has Main Street been so enthralled with Wall Street. We have become a nation of stock junkies—splurging on mutual funds, scouring market tables, and studying personal-finance columns” (Samuelson 1998). Journalists, policymakers, and observers from all walks of life have been taking note of the increasing popularity of stocks. To be sure, the commentators include doomsayers as well as optimists, but… CONTINUE READING
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