The Gone Fishin’ Portfolio, made with ETFs consists of the following allocation (for the US):
Vanguard Total Stock Market Index (VTI) – 15% Vanguard Small-Cap (VB) – 15% Vanguard European (VGK) – 10% Vanguard Pacific (VPL) – 10% Vanguard Emerging Markets (VWO) – 10% iShares iBoxx High Yield Corporate Bond (HYG) – 10% Vanguard Total Bond Market (BND) – 10% iShares Lehman TIPs (TIP) – 10% Vanguard REIT (VNQ) – 5% Market Vectors Gold Miners (VGPMX) – 5%
Note: In this answer you can find the portfolio made with bonds.
I am trying to find the equivalent allocation (or a close one) in UCITS ETFs. Here we can find the Vanguard UCITS ETFs (and funds) which are available in Europe.
I was also thinking about combining all of the ETFs which replicate stock indices into the FTSE All-World UCITS ETF, but I think this is overexposed to the US... What do you think?