Why Past Performance of a Conventional (60-40) Portfolio Is NOT Indicative of Future Performance: Part 2

As discussed in Part 1 of “Why Past Performance of a Conventional (60-40) Portfolio Is NOT Indicative of Future Performance”, the results of a conventional 60-40 portfolio over the last 30 years aren’t likely to repeat in the near future. Going forward, if the P/E ratio reverts to its long-term average of 16.4, corporate profits…...

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