Investors fret about the performance of their portfolios. They worry whether they will be able to realize a rate of return sufficient to help them meet their goals and if they are taking on enough (or too much) risk to achieve this. While these are valid concerns, they are ultimately beyond anyone’s control. Other than diversifying broadly to lower volatility and keeping investment and tax costs low to increase net gain, there is nothing we can do to determine the actual rate of return on our investments; the markets will ultimately decide this fate for us.
There is, however, something …Read More