Why Did the Harvard University Endowment Fund Only Earn 5.8%Posted on January 5, 2016 by
Category: Educational Videos, Forensic Accounting
Why do low-cost index funds outperform 98% of actively managed funds in the long-term? This short discussion attempts to shed some light on this paradox, using the Harvard University Endowment Fund as an example.
Robert A. Bonavito discusses how we look at returns. He explains what a risk-free rate and equity risk premium are. Learn more about Robert A. Bonavito’s New Jersey forensic accounting services.