The 60/40 Portfolio Is Dead. Long Live 33/33/33.
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I’ve read countless articles from fellow financial advisers and investment gurus arguing for and against the traditional 60/40 (stock/bond) portfolio allocation. While many advisers have been trained to regard the 60/40 as a benchmark from the early days of their careers, a low interest rate environment means we need to get more creative. 

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We are living in a new world. The 60/40 was introduced nearly 70 years ago....

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