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The whole point of the All Weather Portfolio (AWP) is that it provides both protection and growth opportunities in "all" (or at least many) economic conditions. I don't particularly think the mix in the original portfolio is the best, but it's an interesting starting point for a low-risk, long-term portfolio resistant to economic shocks. If you are ...


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Interestingly the answer to this question is very similar to the answer of the other question you asked. You should probably invest in the companies you were going to invest in right now, because chances are the market is going up from here. And also your question implies that your investment horizon is very far away so the day to day fluctuations of the ...


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In the simplest case, let's say I need to pay you $100 in 10 years. If I buy $100 face value of a zero coupon treasury bond maturing in 10 years, I would be able to use the payment from the bond to pay you back. The date I would receive payment from the treasury (maturity) matches the date I owe you. No matter what interest rates do between the time I ...


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Retirement portfolios have two phases: an accumulating phase where you are saving money and a consumption phase where you are using up the saved money. During the accumulating phase you are saving money every month and you are looking for the greatest growth possible. This is achieved by having a stock heavy portfolio with a few or no bonds. Since this ...


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Hi if your doing swing trading or any kind of trading and you have only $10,000 divide that capital into 4 or 5 positions other wise you pay too many trading fees. Now if your doing long term investing then you could divide that $10,000 into 10 positions and trading fees will barely affect you or you could still do 5 positions. But generally speaking if I ...


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