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Curing investors’ fixation on past performance (access required)

The most often repeated warning to investors is perhaps the most ignored: “Past performance is no guarantee of future results.” As a group, however, investors continue to act as if it did. Jason Zweig, the investment columnist for The Wall Street Journal, recently wrote about investors’ inability to kick what he calls the “past performance habit.” Zweig points out that the current approach to ...
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