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My focus isn't about beating an index, but making money. I'll be happy with regular positive performance that's better than average regardless if it beats a particular index or not.

If you are not using any particular index to determine better than average, then how do you determine better than average? Is it just some arbitrary number you pick? For example, anything over 5% is better than average even though many indices went up 10% this year.

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