Quantitative Analysis of Investor Behavior

The 24th Annual Quantitative Analysis of Investor Behavior (“QAIB”) examines real investor returns in equity, fixed income and asset allocation funds. The analysis covers the 30 year period ending December 31, 2017, encompassing the recovery from the crash of 1987, the drop at the turn of the millennium, the crash of 2008, recovery from the 2008 recession, and the bull market leading up to today. No matter what the state of the mutual fund industry, boom or bust: Investment results are more dependent on investor behavior than on fund performance. Mutual fund investors who hold on to their investments are more successful than those who try to time the market.

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