The average Vanguard investor was down -0.4% in 2015, so more thorough approach could have been taken with respect to safer equities and more confident businesses, within the most powerful funds and most appropriate timing as well.
Vanguard S&P Mid-Cap 400 Growth ETF (IVOG) gained a hefty +7.20% to $97.10 through March 14, yet this impressive fund might not add on well for conservative investors. Upon seasonal adjustments and short selling deals, the fund is down -6.94% in the past year.
Here is a list of companies headed to outperform the market including agriculture goods producers, REITs, retailers, and financial services providers.
Meanwhile, dividend stocks continue to outperform safer exchanges like gold-related bets. The value of iShares Gold Trust (IAU) fell by -14.77% to $11.89 over the past five years, while SPDR S&P Dividend ETF (SDY) gained +46.11% to $78.01.