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Good day all! Just a quick post today to recommend stopping by Yakezie.com whenever you have a chance to read my guest post that went live this morning (at the link below).
In this post, I take a look at the performance of the stock market over the past 10 years, a time period often labeled as “The Lost Decade” for investors because the market basically ended up in 2011 at the level at which it started in 2001.
What I found was that by using dollar cost averaging, the returns delivered by the market over the past 10 years weren’t quite as bad as the financial media would have us believe!
How about you all? How did your investments fair the past 10 years? Was it actually a “lost decade” for you?
Share your experiences by commenting below!
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