You missed a day or two ago when I pointed out that Ray's sheet is ignoring the costs of the relative volatility, which at 53% (to 0% on the IUL) has a dramatic reducing effect on the S&P results.And yet the B&H portfolio ends up at $1,500,000 while the IUL ends up at $586,000 -- when started just before the 1974-75 bear market. It's a funny kind of "cost" that results in having twice as much money.
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