The Science of Chasing Investment Returns
Investors are always searching for a way to beat the market. Searching for that “inside” tip that could produce big returns. Investors may spend a lot of time researching a particular stock of mutual fund. Looking at past performance is a common method investors use to determine if an investment is good or bad. If a particular stock or fund performed well in the past, the brain thinks that is a trend, and a good place to “bet” or place an investment.
There is a reason why stock or fund prospectuses state something similar to: Past returns are not indicative of (or a guarantee) for future returns.
What most investors don’t know is that there is a “scientific” way to chase returns. Based on a Nobel-Prize winning theory, The Three-Factor Model, investors can use that study to construct an evidence-based portfolio. You don’t have to have luck or genius to choose the best asset classes. What you need is long-term past performance data identifying the asset classes with favorable performance and acceptable levels of risk.
In The Investor Awareness Guide, I outline the only formula an investor will ever need to know. I’ll take responsibility for being the messenger and for trying to teach as many people as possible how to put those asset classes together into effective portfolios. I’ll show you how to put them together and how to control your level of risk. Wisconsin investors can download The Investor Awareness Guide from the WealthAbundance website here- https://wealthabundance.leadpages.net/iag