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Index investing usually beats active managers, but Larry Sarbit is one of the few who often comes out ahead.

Why I’m 50 per cent in cash, and why you should be too Add to ...

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“Cash, though, is to a business as oxygen is to an individual: never thought about when present, the only thing in mind when it is absent.” – Warren Buffett, 2014 letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders

Since the economic debacle of 2007-08, markets have done nothing but ascend in the United States. The S&P 500’s last down year was 2008. For the young and inexperienced investors, an appreciating market is the only one they know. But, as Mr. Buffett says, when events change, so too do investors’ perception.

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