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What Is This "Market" That Stock Pickers Keep Trying to Beat?

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What Is This "Market" That Stock Pickers Keep Trying to Beat?
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An index fund is safer, because with an index fund you are diversified and you've minimized your risks. The more stocks you own (and an index fund represents an investment in many, many stocks), the worse your overall returns will be. With an index fund you own the good, the pretty good, the average, the below average, and the awful.

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