The Death Of Asset Allocation?

ImageIt has been a marvelous year for stocks. From the beginning of 2013, the U.S. stock market as measured by the S&P 500 Index exploded higher and never looked back. But for those investors that were allocated to anything other than the stock market, the year has taken on a far more sobering complexion. For in the place of stellar gains are scant returns if not outright losses across nearly all other major asset class. This has been a most unpleasant development for investors accustomed to using broad asset class diversification to achieve respectable returns while managing risk.

Please click on the link to read more of my article on Seeking Alpha.

This post is for information purposes only. There are risks involved with investing including loss of principal. Gerring Wealth Management (GWM) makes no explicit or implicit guarantee with respect to performance or the outcome of any investment or projections made by GWM. There is no guarantee that the goals of the strategies discussed by GWM will be met.

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