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Kenneth, Your break even is at whatever price it takes to make your money back. You add all of the money needed to buy shares + commissions. This equals your cost basis. When your sales proceeds
Hi Len, You would need to run the data through an optimization model that at a minimum includes the returns, the volatilities as well as the correlation data. You might be able to do this in excel.
Hi Kenneth, Interest rates are one factor that impacts stock prices. It is certainly not the most important factor, which would be earnings. The present value (current price) of any investment including
Russ, Keep in my mind that I do not provide people with any personalized investment advice. You would need to seek the help of an investment adviser representative. This is a market timing question
Hi Ron, I can comment on that fund but keep in mind that I do not provide investment advice specific to the needs of any individual. Warren Buffett says that the average investor should invest in Index