Daily Archives: August 26, 2013

Your asset allocation is wrong (and so is everyone else’s. )

The division of assets within an investor’s portfolio is generally accepted to be one of the most important decisions to be made.  Widely accepted academic research demonstrates that approximately 90% of long-term investment returns can be traced back to asset allocation. From the highest level, asset allocation is simple.  How much of your portfolio should […]

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