Annual Update On Performance Characteristics Of Asset Classes And Portfolios

Annual Update On Performance Characteristics Of Asset Classes And Portfolios
Craig L. Israelsen, Ph.D.
7Twelve Portfolio
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CFP® - 1 credit
IMCA - 1 credit
Live CPA - 1 credit
Program Id: 843367275

The performance of primary asset classes and multi-asset portfolios over the past 93 years are reviewed at this session, with emphasis over the past 49 years and 20 years.

93 year performance review of 4 primary asset classes
49 year performance review of 7 primary asset classes
20 year performance review of 12 primary asset classes

Risk, return, correlations, and other statistical characteristics for measuring performance are examined, as well as the impact of expenses, rebalancing, and tactical versus strategic management. The accumulation and distribution phases of various multi-asset portfolios are shown over different holding periods.


Craig Israelsen, Ph.D., for three decades, has helped define best practices for fiduciaries in managing low-expense portfolios, publishing his research monthly in Financial Planning magazine and teaching on A4A for many years.

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Craig L. Israelsen, Ph.D., provides A4A members monthly classes on low-expense investing. Craig's taught family financial management at universities for over two decades, and his research for practitioners has been published monthly in Financial Planning magazine since 1996. He's currently Executive-in-Residence in the Financial Planning Program at Utah Valley University. If you're paying a TAMP or custodian for managed portfolios, Craig's classes can lower your fees and enable a business model better for your clients and you. He has partnered with A4A and leads classes monthly.

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