For Equities Long Term Investing Starts At Three Decades

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Rupert Hargreaves
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For Equities, Long Term Investing Starts At Three Decades The recommended timeframe for investing in stocks is 30 to 35 years and advises, authors, brokers and fund managers who insist on using a lower bound of five to ten years are off by a factor of three. Even two decades is too short: it is merely when things start to improve. That according to a recently published research report authored by Mathieu Bouville PhD. Full report: When Investing In Stocks, The Long Term Starts At Three Decades Mathieu’s research finds that the full benefits of long-term investment are not reached for…

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Sign up now and get our in-depth FREE e-books on famous investors like Klarman, Dalio, Schloss, Munger Rupert is a committed value investor and regularly writes and invests following the principles set out by Benjamin Graham. He is the editor and co-owner of Hidden Value Stocks, a quarterly investment newsletter aimed at institutional investors. Rupert owns shares in Berkshire Hathaway. Rupert holds qualifications from the Chartered Institute For Securities & Investment and the CFA Society of the UK. Rupert covers everything value investing for ValueWalk