Commentary: True Diversification is a Process, Not a Set of Assumptions

Commentary

A simple definition of investment diversification is conveyed in the overused statement, “don’t put all your eggs in one basket.” The basic buy-and-hold, set-it-and-forget-it style of investing is often premised in a 60% global stock and 40% bond allocation (known as “60/40”) and sold as enough diversification to handle whatever market turmoil might come your way over the long-term.

Terri Spath, Chief Investment Officer 3/26/2019

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