How Rebalancing Improves Long-Term Portfolio Performance

Oct 6, 2016 / By Craig L. Israelsen, PhD
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Despite a longer time frame, a study of seven asset classes and a multi-asset portfolio over 46 20-year rolling periods still reveals their performance to be materially cyclical. But a “sell high and buy low” rebalancing strategy often improves a portfolio’s returns and protects it against long-term market fluctuations.

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