A Vivid Illustration Of How Portfolio Theory Worked In The Real World Of 2017
For investors, 2017 was a mirror image of 2016.
The top performing types of American companies in 2016 were the biggest laggards in 2017. Meanwhile, the worst performing types of U.S. stocks in 2016 were the biggest winners in 2017.
The orderly rotation in the leaders and laggards vividly illustrates how modern portfolio theory worked in the real world last year.
Modern portfolio theory is a large body of knowledge based on research done in the last 70 years by investment academics.
This framework for investing is now taught in the world’s best business schools and embraced by institutional investors.
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