How to increase the odds of owning the few stocks that drive returns

22 May 2019 | Topical insights

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The less diversified a portfolio is, the less likely it is to hold the small percentage of stocks that account for most of the market’s long-term return. Our analysis suggests there are two measures a manager must meet to outperform the market: the 'excess return hurdle' and the 'success rate.'










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