“Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.” Just eight words that have been repeated enough in mutual fund marketing materials for investors to tune out their message; or perhaps they have chosen to ignore the most important of those eight words, the word NOT.
Why is selecting a mutual fund solely on whether it has a good track record an inappropriate way to make investment decisions? There are numerous reasons, but let’s boil it down to answering three key questions:
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