How a Multi-Asset Portfolio Investing Strategy Can Mitigate Risk

Having a basket of stocks and bonds isn't good enough. To help protect your nest egg, you need a bigger basket.

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Diversification means different things to different people. Many investors regard any kind of split across stocks and bonds as diverse enough to feel protected against unexpected market swings. Unfortunately, holding these two popular asset classes is often not enough to significantly reduce risk in a single portfolio.

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Patrick B. Healey, CFP® MBA
Founder & President, Caliber Financial Partners

Patrick Healey is the founder and president of Caliber Financial Partners and has over 20 years of experience in the financial services industry.