Managing the expectations clients have for their investment portfolios can be more challenging than actually managing the portfolios themselves. There are at least two important elements in this tango: clients having reasonable expectations, and portfolio performance that hovers around those reasonable expectations.
Bull market periods create one of the greatest challenges when it comes to developing reasonable expectations. Unusually high rates of return can set expectations that are both unrealistic and unachievable over the long term.
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