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By Dr. Sonu Varghese via Iris.xyz The 60/40 stock-bond portfolio has been one of the simplest go-to asset allocation choices to capture the diversification benefit. The problem with a typical 60/40 portfolio is that it still exhibits significant volatility and drawdowns during sustained bear markets, or when stocks and bonds are both falling (as in February 2018). […]
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