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Designing Portfolios-How to Allocate Among Asset Classes or Models

March 6, 2012
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In the old days deciding how to allocate a portfolio came down to a decision on stocks vs. bonds.  With all the new ETFs and other investments out there it is becoming more and more difficult.  Now investors have access to commodities, currencies, alternative strategies, etc.  There a […]

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Do It Yourself Model Gaining Ground on Advisers

February 28, 2012
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Do It Yourself Model Gaining Ground on AdvisersWhat a shock, after not protecting investors from declines in 2002 and 2008 and spouting the same old modern portfolio theory that has never worked, that investors would start deciding to go on their own […]

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Do It Yourself Model Gaining Ground on Advisers

February 28, 2012
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Do It Yourself Model Gaining Ground on AdvisersWhat a shock, after not protecting investors from declines in 2002 and 2008 and spouting the same old modern portfolio theory that has never worked, that investors would start deciding to go on their own […]

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Was 2011’s Most Successful Hedge Fund Actually a Pension?

February 16, 2012
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Was 2011’s Most Successful Hedge Fund Actually a PensionInteresting article in aiCIO about how a Danish Pension fund made 20% in 2011.   Interesting to me in the fact that they use a risk parity approach vs. the traditional asset allocation approach.  One telling quote […]

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