Most Stocks Underperform T-Bills Over Their Lifetime Holding Period: StudyRupert Hargreaves
Over a lifetime Holding Period - do T-bills actually beat stocks?
According to the Credit Suisse Global Investment Yearbook, over the long term US equities have produced a real return of 6.4% per annum since 1900 (to year end 2016). These returns have eclipsed those of the risk-free assets, Treasury Bonds, and Bills, which achieved a real return of 2.0% and 0.8% respectively . . .
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