Larry Swedroe, Chief Research Officer, Buckingham Strategic Wealth
In recent years, US stocks have far outperformed international stocks. Growth stocks have far outperformed value stocks. This has led to question the benefits of diversification and ask what they should do when an investment strategy performs poorly.
The goal of this talk is to answer that very question: what should you do about poor performance? We will discuss the value of patience and how the all-too-human problems of recency bias, relativism and engaging leads many investors to abandon well-thought out plans.