Rebalancing In Favor of Volatility Can Boost Returns in Retirement Portfolio
Robert R. Johnson
Investors should rebalance their portfolios based on the volatility of the market to increase the gains in their retirement portfolio.
Following a timetable of rebalancing quarterly or even twice a year results in having investors missing gains and take on the losses of a particular sector, said Matthew Tuttle, the portfolio manager of Tuttle Tactical Management U.S. Core ETF (TUTT).
Chang, Ellen, "Rebalancing In Favor of Volatility Can Boost Returns in Retirement Portfolio" (2015). In the News. 242.