Author Topic: LC vs Stock Market, a View from the Rear View Mirror  (Read 12341 times)

Rob L

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Re: LC vs Stock Market, a View from the Rear View Mirror
« Reply #15 on: September 08, 2014, 08:01:22 AM »
Actually I used my pessimistic LC adjustments; loss projections 25% grace, 100% all else.
Using LC 9 month standard default assumptions this my account value is $137,950.28 (ANAR 10.54%).
My unadjusted account value is $141,042.13, NAR 13.18%.

With the pessimistic assumptions I used in the spreadsheets today my account value is $136,895.95 (ANAR 9.65%).
That brings my adjusted returns over investments to $11,895; 9.51%.

Note these numbers are from the morning of 9/8/2014, not 8/31/2014.

Using your 3% adjustment my account value would be $136,810.37 (almost exactly value using my pessimistic assumption).


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Re: LC vs Stock Market, a View from the Rear View Mirror
« Reply #16 on: September 20, 2014, 02:53:00 PM »
Speaking of high yield bonds; reaching for yield anyone (courtesy of ZIRP)?

http://research.stlouisfed.org/fred2/series/BAMLH0A0HYM2EY