Rigged Money: Asset Classes Now Overlap And Their Diversification Is A Myth

Rigged Money: Asset Classes Now Overlap And Their Diversification Is A Myth
Lee Munson
02/17/12 4 PM EST
IWI
Program Id: 763819760
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What can advisors do when traditional asset classes correlate? Modern Portfolio Theory (MPT) teaches us to diversify across asset classes to achieve optimal portfolios. Why then, do most of us not believe it? Rather than throw out 60 years of modern thought, let’s understand what holds us back and how to solve it.


At this webinar we will:


• Present the major themes of Modern Portfolio Theory
• Explain why MPT is incomplete
• Look further into where MPT is actually incorrect
• Provide actionable steps advisors can take to address this correlation breakdown


Lee Munson, CFA, CFP is author of Rigged Money and founder, CEO, and Chief Investment Officer of Portfolio, LLC. Prior to that he was a Senior VP at Prime Charter, LTD and VP at Charles Schwab. His specialty is “managing risk, not pie charts.” Lee’s insights on risk management for RIAs have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and CNBC.
 

Note: This webinar is eligible for IMCA® CE credit.


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