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Thursday, 31 January 2019

XIRR/CAGR: Investor's true performance indicator! (7) - Refresh!

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  1. Hi Uncle8888,

    Heehee I think it depends what you're actually measuring. Whether it's whole portfolio basis, or a portion of the portfolio.

    Whole portfolio will include stocks, bonds, etf's, investment properties, investible cash(including war chest & standby funds). 😉

    E.g. when measuring the investment performance of Buffett, we include his $100+B war chest, even though it definitely is a cash drag on Berkshire. Buffett will tell us he rather have this cash drag than to invest in over priced companies. 😄

    1. Cash still have low return and still better than negative return when over priced stocks corrected or crash.

    2. That's my aim or doing all these years.

      Try my best not to lose money buying over-priced stocks in a Bullish market.

      Stocks that survive long-term will usually revert to its' mean.

      No exceptions even for Index Funds , or Etfs.


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