Ghost of Igloi wrote:
Sure just like the annualized NASDAQ returns since March of 2000 of 2.6%, and S&P 500 a little over a percentage higher.
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Your numbers are a little low and obviously don’t include dividends. So let’s say conservatively that they are around 5% annualized. And, of course, you cherry picked a time frame that would result in the lowest possible return. So, in other words, a 5% annualized return is the worst you would have done. Naturally most people holding equities now did not purchase them in March 2000, so most people would have higher returns.
Seems like you’re the one who could use a good massage.