This new CIO Special looks at why market timing – in essence, “buying low” and “selling high” – is not a reliable source of investment returns over the longer term.

Subjects covered include:

  • Implications of the lack of perfect information on future asset class returns
  • Structural reasons why markets are unpredictable and wrong timing is expensive
  • Why it makes sense to focus on time diversification instead
     

The report argues the case for staying invested over the longer term – as it points out, the vast majority of a portfolio’s returns over time will come from effective SAA.

 

To download a PDF of the full report, please click here.

 

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