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Diversification: The only free lunch in investing

By Sam Instone - May 15, 2018

In the early 1950s, Nobel Prize-winning economist Harry Markowitz started writing about diversification.

He says it’s just as critical today.

So why do so many investors fail to take advantage of it?  

According to Harry, there are two kinds of investors.

The ill-advised and the well-advised.

Find out the difference in our 3-minute video. 

And why this famous Nobel Laureate is never invited on television…


So, how do the well-advised invest?

Index funds.

Even better, passively managed index funds.

Diversifying, rebalancing and ignoring the noise.

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