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Suppose you are like many investors … you have lived through at least one financial crisis.

I lived through the 2000-2002 stock market downturn as an investing strategist responsible for the investing advice of 6,000 investment advisors.

In the 2008-2009 crisis, I was an investment manager responsible for managing $30 billion in investment assets.

A new approach

When I started creating an alternative approach to investing via ”asset allocation,” I learned that it’s imperative to protect against 15% losses or more.

I also learned that a strategy for identifying a period of potential loss could be identified and an approach to mitigate loss could easily be implemented.

In the end, I developed an approach that results in significantly more asset growth when tested.

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This book highlights the most critical research tied to investing via asset allocation and investment management over the last 50 years.

We start with a critical look at diversification and asset allocation.

Then we provide an in-depth analysis of investing in stocks, provide details on an approach to investing via asset allocation and provide a simple management tool (xlxs) to use to manage the asset allocation strategy going forward.

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