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Are retail or institutional investors better at getting performance out of their funds? The answer turns out to be neither! After an examination of investor returns versus NAV returns for various share classes , Morningstar comments: One thing is clear: Across the board, investor returns are lower than total returns. Regardless of sales channel, the data don’t provide evidence that advisors and institutions do an excellent job timing their moves while other channels are rife with fickle investors. In aggregate, they’re all losing money to poor timing. Thrashing around doesn’t help. Study the various ...
William Sharpe, a Nobel Prize winner in Economics, wrote a recent paper about how the 4% retirement spending rule is inefficient. MarketWatch had a recent feature discussing his paper –and more than anything about the spending rule itself, the piece made me think about how large the gulf in finance is between theory and reality. As Yogi Berra is reported to have quipped, “In theory, there’s no difference between theory and practice. But in practice, there is.” (There’s a link to Mr. Sharpe’s paper in the MarketWatch article.) The 4% retirement ... Read More
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