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Old 19.06.2020, 21:03
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Re: Another fundsmith question

Pleased to see Fundsmith hit it's all time high in £ by over 1%, it's the first time T accumulation units broke £5.00, The I units did briefly do so before the crash & in the last few days. Anyone who invested on the first day has over 5 times their original stake in just under 10 years
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Anyone who invested on the first day has over 5 times their original stake in just under 10 years
This is true for most of NASDAQ as well, btw.
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This is true for most of NASDAQ as well, btw.
However the Nasdaq 100 is considerably more risky, you have probably forgotten that in 2010 the NASDAQ 100 was still more than 50% below it's peak of 4691 24 March 2000.
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However the Nasdaq 100 is considerably more risky, you have probably forgotten that in 2010 the NASDAQ 100 was still more than 50% below it's peak of 4691 24 March 2000.
The question of Nasdaq100 recent performance performance is an interesting one, looking at the S&P500 V Nasdaq100 since 1972, the results are staggeringly close.

S&P 500 compounded @ 10.5% v Nasdaq100 @10.8%

Standard deviation is 16.9% v 29.2% so you are taking a hugely greater risk for your 0.3% compound advantage. I will stick with Fundsmith & Smithson

here is the article https://fourpillarfreedom.com/sp-500...dex-is-better/
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The question of Nasdaq100 recent performance performance is an interesting one, looking at the S&P500 V Nasdaq100 since 1972, the results are staggeringly close.

S&P 500 compounded @ 10.5% v Nasdaq100 @10.8%

Standard deviation is 16.9% v 29.2% so you are taking a hugely greater risk for your 0.3% compound advantage. I will stick with Fundsmith & Smithson

here is the article https://fourpillarfreedom.com/sp-500...dex-is-better/
somehow I believe digitisation reached a maturity where it delivers. Unlike the dot com bubble, I am convinced the tech sector will outperform the broader sector, because the broader sector relies fully on the tech sector. Take a look as TSLA. They never closed a profitable year, yet it is now the most valuable car company in the world, because it is valued as a tech company.
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