Selling Out (Oaktree Capital Management)



What are the "sharp bursts" Miller talks about?  On April 11, 2019, The Motley Fool cited data from JP Morgan Asset Management's 2019 Retirement Guide showing that in the 20-year period between 1999 and 2018, the annual return on the S&P 500 was 5.6%, but your return would only have been 2.0% if you had sat out the 10 best days (or roughly 0.4% of the trading days), and you wouldn't have made any money at all if you had missed the 20 best days.  In the past, returns have often been similarly concentrated in a small number of days.  Nevertheless, overactive investors continue to jump in and out of the market, incurring transactions costs and capital gains taxes and running the risk of missing those "sharp bursts."

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