regular assest earnings predicted using Monte Carlo
When using ESplanner with Monte Carlo selected the program predicts income derived from my regular assets that is unduly large. The program is predicting a >11% yearly return from dividends and capital gains distributions. This ballons my yearly income, which results in the recommendations that seem unreasonable. Typically, the divident income on the regular assets is >2% and capital gains distributions are around 2-3%.
It is unclear why the program is predicting such a large return. Have I done someting incorrectly? Is there a way to restrict the regular asset income while still operating with Monte Carlo selected?