Sure enough, most funds didn't outperform the index in 2021. Will you still buy it this year?

According to statistics, in 2021, more than three-quarters of fund managers in the United States did not outperform the market ($S&P 500(.SPX)$).

The S&P 500 index achieved a return rate of 28.7% last year, among which five technology giants-$Meta Platforms, Inc.(FB)$,$Apple(AAPL)$,$Amazon.com(AMZN)$,$Microsoft(MSFT)$And$Alphabet(GOOG)$The strong increase is the main factor.This is undoubtedly a great blow to fund managers, and the performance of active funds is even worse.

$Bank of America(BAC)$The data of shows:

Only 1% of active funds outperformed the S&P 500 index.

According to media reports, many fund managers may have reduced their holdings of Apple and Microsoft last year due to "fear of heights" and other reasons.$Tesla Motors(TSLA)$Such as hot stocks, which makes their performance unsatisfactory.

On the other hand, China's fund managers have not performed well. According to statistics, the average income of the fund last year was only 7.33%, only slightly higher than$SSE Comp(000001.SH)$4.8%, less than$创业板(159915)$12.02% of the index.

In the past two years, more and more people have participated in the stock market, saying that professional things should be done by special people. Many people choose to buy funds instead of trading stocks in person.

In China, the securities industry ranks first among the top ten industries in 2021 with an average monthly income of 56,000, but the performance of these high-paying and highly educated fund managers does not seem to be satisfactory.

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Finally, let's talk:

  • Will you choose to trade stocks or buy funds in 2022?

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  • 小锺
    ·01-16
    Funds make money, but people don't make money. . .
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  • james123
    ·01-14
    This article is good, forward it to everyone
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  • XSDR
    ·01-14
    Management expenses will eat up our profits
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  • You can't make money raising pigs, but if you know the pig raising cycle, you can make money
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  • AliceSam
    ·01-14
    I'm not looking for a fund manager.
    Why give money to others to play with?
    Take your own money, play stocks by yourself, win meat, lose a few Jin Doudou, how big you can play, and control yourself to a good degree.

    Whether the ending is beautiful or not, I don't know.
    But the process of playing stocks is also a kind of life experience. Why give your money to others to experience?

    If you really want to give money to others, buy indexes, for example$NASDAQ-100 Index ETF(QQQ)$ $S&P500 ETF(SPY)$ At least there is a reputation
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    • AliceSam
      Or if you are optimistic about a field, but don't know what stocks to buy, you will directly buy ETFs in that field. For example, I don't know much about energy stocks, but I am optimistic about this field, so I will buy them$Energy Select Sector SPDR Fund(XLE)$ I also bought in the financial field$Financial Select Sector SPDR Fund(XLF)$ These ETFs directly include several leading stocks in that field, and can be bought and sold directly like stocks. Isn't it fragrant than fund managers?
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    • XSDRReplying toAliceSam
      That's right
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    • AliceSamReplying toXSDR
      [Happy]
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  • The shareholder of Leek Flower Fund in Leek Field is a family
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  • It's ok to make a fixed investment in the fund. It's reliable to make a fund with some money.
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  • Originally, I was still interested in the fund, but your statistics suddenly lost my positivity.
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  • Buying etf is better than fund, and US stocks have many such high-quality targets.
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  • If you buy a fund, you will still buy it, but you will keep your eyes open and choose a reliable fund manager.
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  • 1% of active funds outperformed the S&P 500 index, which is not as good as mine, so I'll take care of it myself.
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  • If there is a big fund, there is no problem in making some funds. Small funds are still calculated, and it is fun to honestly speculate in stocks.
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  • Giving it to the fund may not outperform the market, but those who take care of 90% of themselves will lose money.
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  • It is right to hand over professional things to special people. There is nothing wrong with not trading stocks in person and choosing to buy funds.
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  • The average monthly income of 56,000 is not enough, so you really can't be too greedy.
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  • Fund? Forget it, buy some$ARK Innovation ETF(ARKK)$Come on.
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