In a 2015 paper, S&P Dow Jones Indices showed more than 84% of US active funds underperformed the S&P 500 over a 12-month period. Over a 10-year period, only 2% of active funds outperformed their benchmark. Similar results also popped up in Europe and the UK. Its clear institutional investors don’t have all the answers.
What’s better, stocks or bonds? Well it depends. If we were looking to for capital appreciation, then stocks are better. But if you wanted to create a steady reliable income, bonds are better. That’s the common thought anyway. But according to legendary fund manager, Peter Lynch, whether you want capital growth or income, stocks are the only answer.
Legendary investor, Peter Lynch attributes his success to the number of opportunities that came across his desk. Whether they were Buffett style companies or deep value opportunities. According to Lynch, the person who turns over the most rocks wins the game. Meanings, the more stocks you look at, the better chance you have at finding a great investment. In the spirit of turning over as many rocks as possible, I’ll show you […]