Strategic Asset Allocation

Strategic asset allocation refers to allocating the assets in a portfolio into target allocations then rebalancing the portfolio periodically to maintain the original allocations. The allocations can be made in any way, but typically the allocations are made in a way to optimize return with respect to risk or risk with respect to return in such a way that the portfolio is kept on the efficient frontier.

 

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Performance data showing past performance results is no guarantee of future returns.

Performance data showing past performance results is no guarantee of future returns.

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