“Compound interest is the eighth wonder of the world. He who understands it, earns it … he who doesn’t … pays it.”

— Albert Einstein

Taigan Capital Management returns have outperformed the relevant indices since inception.

As shown in the table to the right, $100,000 earning 5% net of all fees and expenses over 30 years will grow into $432,194. That same starting amount earning 10% would not grow to be just twice as large, but more than four times as large.

A plethora of research has long shown small investment partnerships outperform their large counterparts over the long term and performance matters over the long term.

Annual Rate of Return

After 30 Years

0% → $100.000

5% → $432.194

10% → $1.744.940

15% → $6.621.177

20% → $23.373.631

This just in, you cannot take the same actions as everyone else and expect to outperform.

- Howard Marks

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