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Revisiting the Lost Decade for Stocks

| March 08, 2013

Now that US stocks are hitting record highs, you might want to revisit this article from the New York Times. 

Remember when all the pundits on CNBC and in the the media were groaning about the lost decade for stocks in 2010 and 2011? 

For investors that follow a disciplined strategy of buying, holding and rebalancing a global portfolio of asset classes, it was business as usual. 

While diversification cannot guarantee success, it sure beats the alternative. 

This a great example of how Structured Wealth Advisors navigates the inevitable storm. By working with the market, rather than against the market, our goal is to provide you with an outstanding investment experience through both the up and the down markets.

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When is the last time you rebalanced your portfolio?

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