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How much have you lost in the market since corona hit?

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    Good one from Goldman...

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    My investment strategy.

    Feb 2020: Sell my stocks
    Feb 2021: Buy a cruise boat

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    Quote Originally Posted by shri
    Good one from Goldman...

    Quite surprising (well not really) that mutual funds (i.e. active funds) STILL under-perform the S&P500, when active funds claim that they shine during a downturn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pin
    Quite surprising (well not really) that mutual funds (i.e. active funds) STILL under-perform the S&P500, when active funds claim that they shine during a downturn.
    I'd be curious how active they are or if that category is still mostly passive long exposures, just grouped by investment themes. At least the hedge funds finally come out ahead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by civil_servant
    My investment strategy.

    Feb 2020: Sell my stocks
    Feb 2021: Buy a cruise boat
    Said every US Republican Senator ever
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    Quote Originally Posted by shri
    Good one from Goldman...

    good info but for those retiring with a 10 plus year outlook - I'm not sure its advisable to making decisions over based on Q1
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    Quote Originally Posted by foxwendal
    I'd be curious how active they are or if that category is still mostly passive long exposures, just grouped by investment themes. At least the hedge funds finally come out ahead.
    Passive for the most part, but charging active like fees - some of them more than fundamental research hedge funds. Well as long as it sells..

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    Quote Originally Posted by pin
    Quite surprising (well not really) that mutual funds (i.e. active funds) STILL under-perform the S&P500, when active funds claim that they shine during a downturn.
    Fair amount of Vanguard in there too.

    SInce you asked .. pages 6-7.

    https://www.refinitiv.com/content/da...ts.pdf?noembed

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