What We Can Learn From The Dow's Past
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is one of the leading indexes in the financial industry. With its 122 years of history, the Dow has been an important barometer in measuring the overall confidence in the market.
One of the world's leading financial research firms, Guggenheim Investments, has published a comprehensive look back at the Dow's history. At its most basic, it proves that the market typically moves in cycles. However, it also illustrates the importance of having a tactical manger on your side.
Over the last 122 years, the stock market has rewarded some investors with long-term growth. But for most investors, a realistic time horizon is 10 to 20 years — not more than a century. History shows that the equity market enters long periods of high returns, followed by lengthy periods of lower ones.
The Law Of Losses
The bigger the loss, the greater the rate of return needed to get back to even. For example, a 50% loss will require a 100% gain in order to get your account back to even, which could take years.
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