Asset allocation funds are overrated as an investment strategy. Here’s why

Asset allocation funds are overrated as an investment strategy. Here’s why

Asset allocation funds work great in hindsight—but they’re far less effective at forecasting the future.
Traditionally, asset-allocation funds adjust their portfolio weightings between stocks, bonds and cash in order to capitalize on perceived shorter-term investment opportunities in any one of those classes. For example, if the… Read More

How to select the best bond funds

How to select the best bond funds

The best bond funds hold short-term bonds and have low fees

Bond funds are ETFs or mutual funds that invest most of their assets in government or corporate bonds.

If you need steady income and want to hold the best bond funds, we advise you… Read More

How bond funds can guarantee weak returns

How bond funds can guarantee weak returns

Bond funds may have performed well in the past, but nowadays they are more likely to be dead weight in your portfolio.

Bond funds are ETFs or mutual funds that invest most of their assets in government or corporate bonds.

Until a decade or so ago,… Read More