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Using Absolute Performance As A Measurement

Mark Eidem joins Scott to discuss how self directed investors can use an absolute performance equity curve to measure their portfolio's performance. This is done in lieu of traditional relative performance benchmarking. The goal is for an investors equity curve over time to be moving higher to the right. It is calculated by adding up and averaging all the different wins and losses during a given period of time. Mark also discuses the discipline of needing to cut losses short and let winners run in order to improve long term outcomes as an investor.

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27 Jul 2021

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