For the 20-year period ending December 31, 2018, which asset class had the second highest annualized returns (real estate investment trusts posted the best returns)? Gold. Which group found itself dead last in annualized returns over the same 20-year period? The “average investor”. Today’s article examines both of these results – the strong investment case for gold and why “everyday retail investors regularly lag the market, in good times and in bad, by an alarmingly wide margin.” For more, CLICK HERE.
Why Gold Is The Second Best Performing Asset (And Why The “Average Investor” Is The Worst)
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