It’s really difficult to achieve consistent investment results. Or is it? It turns out you can dramatically improve your investment results by using three proven ingredients in your investment process.
It is no surprise that any type of investing comes with some amount of risk. Understanding what affects your risk tolerance and how to manage it, especially when you’re saving for retirement, can help you be more successful in reaching your financial goals.
A Recession is Not on the Horizon for the U.S.
Global interest rates are plunging as investors brace for a worldwide slowdown. Global investors have now pushed the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note down to 1.46%, with most of the drop occurring over the past three weeks. We also recently saw the U.S.
It is no secret that investment dollars have been shifting from actively managed investments to passively managed investments. There’s one number that explains a good portion of this phenomena: 7.23%. The compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of the S&P 500 has been over the last 15 years ending in 2019 has been a paltry 7.23% per year.