Missing the 10 best days of stock market performance over many years can hurt your portfolio’s performance -- and the only way to make sure that doesn’t happen is to stay invested for the long haul.
It’s an argument that proponents of buy-and-hold investing hold near and dear. But Cambria Investment Management, in El Segundo, Calif., says it’s misleading.
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