Miss The Ten Best Days To Outperform? Good LuckRupert Hargreaves
In its 2015 "Guide to Retirement," JP Morgan Asset Management crunched the numbers on what can happen to investor returns if investors miss out on the market's ten best days.
Specifically, if an investor stayed fully invested in the S&P 500 from 1995 through 2014, they would have had a 9.85% annualized return.
However, if they had missed . . .
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