Index Fan wrote:I'm convinced that past performance is historical- particular outcomes of discrete events in the past, and we rely upon it as a window to the future at our own peril.
Suppose you put a chunk of money into a brokerage account one time only. From then on you must spend the income from this account each year.
The Chicago Cubs have not won the World Series in 105 years.
That is, most definitely, long term underperformance.
LadyGeek wrote:I retitled the thread to help with the acronym. For those needing a background: Long-Term Equity Anticipation Securities (LEAPS) Definition
Long story short (pun intended), it's about options trading.
What do pandas think?
momar wrote:Yes. Start now.
Call_Me_Op wrote:Ignore the so-called experts. Learn about investing yourself and make your own decisions as to what's right for you.
If you have a simple message you can repeat it only so many times before people stop paying attention.
Given the tear the American market has been on lately, you decide to invest in a fund that exclusively buys U.S. stocks.