Investing: Lower your expectations
from Kiplinger's Money Power via Chicago Tribune
Most financial pundits will tell you that the average annual return from large-company stocks since 1926 is 10.1 percent. If your investment horizon is a very long way off, you may well get that much. Over any given decade, however, there is a huge variation from the long-term average. No one has a crystal ball, but you can make assumptions based on current economic trends, corporate earnings projections and stock prices.
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