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Sun Jun 07, 2015 11:42 am

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While waiting to see the doctor, I read an article in the March edition of Money Magazine titled - Can you really beat the market. It was written by Campbell Harvey, a finance professor at Duke. He was asked a series of questions about the value of rebalancing. He did not support the concept, particularly when doing it by rote, ie, at a predetermined time. He said that 'rote' rebalancing increases risk. He also said it's smarter, if you want to rebalance, to use your own judgement when and base that judgement on information in the market. His point is contrary to what I normally see when I read a topic on the benefits of rebalancing - reduce risk and perhaps, increase return. Is this just another opinion or is this professor on to something?

jte
Date: Jun 7, 2015   


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