You know the saying: Past performance is not indicative of future results. Over a decade ago, the SEC explicitly warned investors about this when it came to mutual funds – and now the author of today’s article is issuing the same warning about “performance chasing” when it comes to ETFs, noting that “Investors who choose funds primarily for their strong track records are often disappointed.” For some specific case studies of ETF performance chasing gone wrong and some pointers on how to avoid falling into the performance chasing trap – including some key performance metrics to watch out for – CLICK HERE.
How To Avoid Losing With “Winning” ETFs
- by Bob Mitchell
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