For Equities Long Term Investing Starts At Three DecadesRupert Hargreaves
For Equities, Long Term Investing Starts At Three Decades
The recommended timeframe for investing in stocks is 30 to 35 years and advises, authors, brokers and fund managers who insist on using a lower bound of five to ten years are off by a factor of three. Even two decades is too short: it is merely when things start to improve. That according to a recently published research report authored by Mathieu Bouville PhD.
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