By Leslie Masonson
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0 percent. ” Will Hepburn of Cambridge Investment Research conducted additional research on the “best and worst” days. According to The Society of Asset Allocators and Fund Timers (SAAFTI), Hepburn analyzed the best and worst days data from April 1, 1984, through December 31, 2001 (see Table 2-2). 35 percent. Clearly, that analysis also indicates that missing the worst days is preferable to missing the best days as far as improving overall annual returns are concerned. Interestingly, missing the worst and best days still beats buy-and-hold by 3 percentage points a year.
If you were out of the market and missed the 10 or 20 best trading days, then your average annual return would be much lower than if had been in the market and fully invested on those days under the buy-and-hold approach. Therefore, you must be in the market all the time so you don’t miss the best time periods. 3. There are no market-timing strategies that work consistently or as well as buy-and-hold over long periods of time. 4. ” 5. People who need to rely on their savings and need access to them in the near future such as those nearing retirement age or those needing to finance their children’s college education should be mostly out of stocks to ensure that their funds will be there when they need them.
If investors are fully invested during up trends, they can experience excellent returns. Unfortunately, the down trends can take away a good portion of their gains, if they just follow the buy-andhold approach. Consider the wide variance in average annual stock market returns during the seven decades since the 1930s, shown in Table 1-2. The 1950s, the 1980s, and the 1990s produced above-average returns in the neighborhood of 18 percent, while on the flip side the 1930s, 1960s, and 1970s provided less-than-stellar returns, around 6 percent or less.
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