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Commentary – Expected Return Doesn’t Matter, But Probability of Excess Does

Commentary – Expected Return Doesn’t Matter, But Probability of Excess Does

Larry Swedroe, in this ETF.com article, on why the return you use when planning matters: when using expected returns in plans, if the estimate is too high, it’s likely that you won’t reach your goals. And if expected return estimates are too low, you could be taking more risk than necessary. Our thoughts...    

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