2 portfolios same components, different results

Not by intention but I ended up with 2 different portfolios having exactly the same components: 20% large cap stocks and 80% tips. In the Monte Carlo reports, the reported returns differ. Not by much, but they're different. Is that the result of Monte Carlo testing, performed differently on each? If I ran the same report again, should I expect those returns to change, albeit minimally?


dan royer's picture

Not sure. I'd have to ask Larry. I can't recall what actually triggers a fresh run of the random results.

Random draws. best, Larry

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