Why Wall Street Averages are Misleading
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Why Wall Street Averages Are VERY Misleading

Amy Lamperti Market Insights, Retirement Planning Leave a Comment

Did you know it’s entirely possible to invest in a mutual fund or account with a great average rate of return and still lose money?

Anyone can tell you that a fund has experienced an average rate of return for the past five years of 10% and you can still LOSE money when you invest in that account!

No one’s lying — but the law of averages is VERY misleading when used in this manner.

Don’t ignore this topic!  Read this brief article now for a clear explanation of the issue.



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