It Is a Logical Impossibility That Buy-and-Hold Could Ever Offer Good Risk-Adjusted Results

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The difference between Buy-and-Hold and Valuation-Informed Indexing is that Buy-and-Holders stick with the same stock allocation at all times while Valuation-Informed Indexers go with higher stock allocations when stock valuations are low and lower stock allocations when stock valuations are high. That means that Valuation-Informed Indexers practice market timing, of course. Buy-and-Holders see that as […]

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