How Long Does It Take To Be A Long-Term Investor?
How long does it take to become a long-term investor?
Five, 10, 25 or 35 years?
The answer depends on your risk tolerance but might be longer than you expect.
To figure out how long you need to be invested to get long-term returns, take a look at this table.
It comes from Dr. Craig Israelsen, a leading educator of financial professionals, whose research we license.
This table summarizes the entire 93-year history of the four core holdings of the modern investment era — return and risk statistics summarizing the performance of stocks in large and small companies, 10-year U.S. Treasury bonds, and 90-day Treasury bills, from the dawn of modern investing in 1926 through the end of 2018.
This one table shows you the relative risk and rewards of key investment vehicles.
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