Annual Returns Tell Investors Very Little

Below is a synopsis of this investment report:

  • Using a single year to measure investment returns is practically useless to investors, money managers, and everyone else in the investment industry.
  • Investors must accept down years from time to time, just as they already accept down months, weeks, days, hours, and even minutes.
  • Trying to either beat the market and/or avoid an occasional loss every year is a dangerous and unattainable goal that no human could possibly accomplish in a lifetime.


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