Two Rules of Volatility, Craig Israelsen, August 2022

Craig Israelsen
Wednesday, August 3, 2022 4PM EST
CFP® Live CPA IWI
Program Id: 931819707
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A time-honored rule in finance is that risk and return are related. Accepting more risk, as measured by standard deviation of returns, is generally associated with receiving more return. But at what point does taking more risk become a bad tradeoff?

Over the past 32 years, the positive relationship between risk and return peaked at a standard deviation of about 12%.  The practical implications of the 12% risk sweet spot are the subject of this class.  Key topics in this class include:

    ● Volatility (as measured by standard deviation) is more consistent than performance

    ● Establishing a volatility target provides a level of return to expect

    ● Using similar mutual funds from different fund families does NOT change a portfolio’s volatility profile

 

Craig L. Israelsen, Ph.D., has been a regular contributor to Advisors4Advisors since April 2009, and has taught monthly on A4A for a decade. He also contributes regularly to AAII Journal, one of the nation’s largest individual-investor-funded information resources with a history of intellectual integrity. Prof. Israelsen has taught about family financial management at universities and is currently Executive-in-Residence in the Financial Planning Program at Utah Valley University, teaching classes toward earning a CFA charter. Published monthly in Financial Planning magazine for 25 years, Craig has a documented history for providing a sustainable system for advisors to manage low-expense portfolios.



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