Everyone knows that when you take big risks, you expose yourself to big losses — but this is also the best way to make big gains, right?
What if I told you this was wrong?
And what if I told you that this wasn’t an opinion, but it was a documented, statistical fact?
Volatility is a proxy for risk. A study conducted in 2010 looked at the returns of the most volatile stocks versus those of the least volatile stocks. You’re going to be shocked by the findings.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
-How the least volatile stocks compared to the most volatile stocks over a 41-year period ending 2009. How much would $1 invested into each group net?
-How and why investors overvalue volatile stocks and undervalue stocks with low-volatility — and how you can use this knowledge to inform your trades in the future.
-The limitations of the “Low Volatility Anomaly” — it’s not as easy as just buying the most boring stocks and holding forever.
CEO, Wealthpire Inc.
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