ETF-only portfolios

January 2016
Dow Theory Forecasts;1/18/2016, Vol. 72 Issue 3, p1
The article discusses how investors are embracing exchange-traded funds (ETFs) due to their low cost and trading flexibility. It cites 2 all-ETF portfolios that imitate the Growth and Conservative portfolios and hold 12 high-potential funds and will not cost much to purchase. It suggests for long-term investors who can tolerate higher risk to consider the all-ETF growth portfolio that is around 66% U.S. stocks, 15% foreign stocks and 18% bonds.


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