Updated: Jun 28
I've always believed that focusing on risk management and drawdown reduction is by far the best way to boost long term investing performance. There's nothing that kills progress faster than excessive drawdowns. They can cost investors years of their compounding timeline. It's just a math problem, losses are always more costly to a portfolio than gains are beneficial. Let me show you why:
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