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Buy low, sell high: hard to execute

BlackRock overlays the performance of the S&P 500 with equity mutual fund flows.
"Unfortunately, investors often take actions counterintuitive to investing best practices," they write. "In an ideal world, investors 'buy low, sell high.' Though the rule seems simple, we've often seen investors do the exact opposite, especially during volatile times."



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