February 11, 2017: Performance Issues?

Over the last 30 years, the S&P 500 has returned about 10.35%/year. The average mutual fund investor during that same time earned just 3.66% per year. Over 30 years, a $10,000 investment matching the market would have earned almost $200,000. An average mutual fund investor, less than $30,000. The average investor left 85% of the money on the table, and paid for the privilege of doing so.

This week we began an exploration as to why the average retail trader performs so poorly, even in bull markets. To learn about just a few of these issues, check out this week’s show here:

Given this week’s topic we are going to be conducting a special class, “Making Money In Any Market”.  If you would like free tickets to this class, call 84-48-Income (844.846.2663) and tell them that you read about it on the Next Week In Stocks website. I hope to see you there!

If you would like to submit a question to the show, or to give us feedback, please send an email to:  phoenix@tradingacademy.com. Also, check out our sister shows, “The Right Side Of The Trade” and “Mastering Markets” on the following stations:

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