19 Dec '14, 9pm

Asset Allocation VS Investment Period

Most investment professionals would emphasize that a good asset allocation is key to great investment returns. Having a portfolio consisting of stocks, bonds, other investment assets and cash is like the safest strategy anyone of any age group can follow. Today, I wish to offer something different. I would like to say that the Time Horizon you have to invest is equally important as to what you invest in. Based on the video below by Fisher Investment, stocks tend to perform better than bonds over a long period – despite the higher volatility (price movements). If you are planning for a retirement 30 years later, putting your investment into 100% stocks makes more sense than to have a portfolio consisting a mixture of stocks and bonds. This is simply because over long periods, stocks are more positive than not, and provide better returns than bonds or mix. Compare the above …

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