Why the 60/40 Asset Allocation Rule Is Dead
Robert R. Johnson
The mainstay strategy of investing 60% of your portfolio into stocks and another 40% into bonds is not only outmoded, but also does not generate enough income for many people as lifespans have increased.
This strategy of investing for your retirement has become more of a rarity as inflation can easily erode the buying power of investors.
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