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New April 2013 Model Portfolios

Perspectives Content Submission

Mon, 1 Apr 2013

With stock indices at record highs, the bullishness of my prior Model Stock Portfolios going back to Jan. 2010 has turned out to have been correct for over three years now. The main thing that may have changed since my Jan. Model Portfolio is that many, or most, bond fund categories seem more and m

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