The Unimportance Of Asset Allocation In Retirement Planning

RetirementEarlier this year, Jeremy Siegel said that, “75/25 is the new 60/40,” a recommendation to raise stock allocations to make up for lower bond yields. However, what matters for investors saving for retirement is not the asset class performance, but how those returns translate into retirement consumption. Q2 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and more

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