Why do stock prices rise so persistently over the decades?

Although not recently, over the past 70+ years, the equity yields of common stocks have typically ranged between 5 percent and 10 percent for most years. Given the fact that “real” stock prices rise over the long run, why don’t more investors subscribe to the buy-and-hold philosophy?

In this helpful whitepaper, Dr. Alan Greenspan ponders this question while offering insights into the attributes that have contributed to the rising stock prices through the years and what we can expect moving forward.

More specifically, you’ll learn more about:

  • The reasons for this relative historical stability
  • The damaging role fear plays in an investor’s investment strategy
  • Effective trading strategies to replace intuition-based trading

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