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writes: The term “relative returns” refers to returns as compared to a benchmark index. Most money managers, such as mutual funds, will aim to produce returns that beat a benchmark, e.g. the S&P 500 or the Nasdaq 100. For example, suppose that the S&P 500 is down 25 percent in a year and the money manager produces returns that are down 20 percent. He can boast a superior performance and claim, rightly so, that he has beaten the benchmark index. But the financial reality is that you “cannot eat relative returns.” If your portfolio is down 20 percent, it’s not going to make you feel ...
Recently, investors were uneasy stock Gaode inroads into the bond market hedge, U.S. Treasury yields dropped to their lowest level during the financial crisis. However, if the debt itself will be entering a bear market it? Over the past decade, the stock market slump when the bond is outstanding. Since late 2000, the cumulative rate of return on U.S. Treasury bonds reached 82%. The uncertainty of the recent capital market as an investment strategy to regain its vigor, this strategy aims to invest in stock and bond markets to find a balance between, so in any environment, be “absolute ... Read More
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