Triple Net

vs.

Mutual Funds

Average Mutual Fund Returns

Before we can talk about Multual Fund “average” returns, it is important to define what “average” means.

Let’s say you invest $100,000 and the market goes up 50%, then down 50%, then up 50% then down 50%.

$100,000 x 150% = $150,000
$150,000 x 50% = $75,000
$75,000 x 150% = $112,500
$112,500 x 50% = $56,250

This produces an “average” return of 0%, whereas, in reality, you’ve lost 43.75%!!

According to Dalbar’s 2015 Quantitative Analysis, the average mutual fund investor made just over 2.54% from 1993 to 2013 with the 30-year annual return being 1.9%.

With a triple net property, your returns are significantly higher and they are immune to the wild swings of the economy. You never pay fees and your income is guaranteed by a multi-billion dollar corporation for 10-25 years. You also pay significantly less in taxes because of depreciation.

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