That's exactly right, but we are talking about absolute returns here.ogd wrote:If you do use risk-adjusted returns, bonds in a portfolio actually improve them.
I don't understand. It is unquestionably a 457(b).mah001 wrote:Try not calling it a 457(b), when you do research. You seem to be talking about a 457(f).
Precisely.YDNAL wrote:When more volatility = MORE expected return, lower volatility = LESS expected wealth. It's just common sense.