How’d an Innocent Fiduciary Like You End Up Asset Allocating?
Robert R. Johnson
The modern concept of fiduciary investing has evolved from common trust law over several centuries. In the nineteenth century, trustees managed investments in terms of their ability to generate income. These were considered “prudent”investments.
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