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Even great performers can sometimes underperform, and while Buffett has gotten worse lately, his underperformance overall is still at a smaller rate vs. most people.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway underperformed the market for the past five years. What does it mean from a statistical perspective?
We know from our statistical modeling that growth and risks can change per unit of time. We should adjust these cycle estimates to be less lengthy, or that they occur more frequently, then we generally see acknowledged while enjoying whatever benefits accrue from this economic recovery.
In a rising market, it's easy to feel like a genius. But are you?
Wall Street strategists have lowered their equity market forecasts from double-digit returns for 2013 to single-digit returns for 2014. Should you worry?
According to the data, the U.S. has fared better than China over the past two years.
A technical analysis of the first seven days of trading in 2014 shows that the market may be in a downward trend.
We scrutinize 16,000 trading days since 1950 for insights to market decline periods.
After years of economic contraction and high unemployment, is a true recovery underway for workers?
Growth, revenue and earnings have all been just OK throughout the year.