Six Strategies That Beat the Market for more than 200 Years
Beating the market is easy in theory, but hard in practice.
Imagine what the world looked like in the year 1820…
James Monroe held office as the fifth president of a young United States of America.
Electricity, the telephone, air travel, and antibiotics had all yet to be invented.
And the average life expectancy hovered between 30 and 40 years.
But 200 years is how far back a trio of Dutch researchers looked at when…