Why Not to Chase Returns @AdviceIQ

Two_Yak-52s_chasing_each_other_through_a_loopingYou hear advisors on TV talking about how they research and pick the securities with the highest returns. That sounds good since who doesn’t want the best? Why not jump in and catch the wave? The article below lists three reasons why not.

 

Original blog … Chasing Returns – The Story … that inspired my syndicated article below.

 

Article posted at AdviceIQ.

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2 Responses to Why Not to Chase Returns @AdviceIQ

  1. Larry Frank, Sr. August 9, 2015 at 11:26 am #

    Independent and peer reviewed research has consistently shown that very few actively managed funds are able to beat low-cost passive ones with any degree of persistence.

    https://www.ifa.com/videos/ep_166_what_proportion_of_actively_managed_funds_consistently_beat_the_market

  2. Larry Frank, Sr. August 12, 2015 at 7:11 pm #

    Huffington Post explaining how picking managers doesn’t work in the long run

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dan-solin/the-myth-of-fund-manager_b_7938600.html

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