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Portfolios are a great way to demonstrate the competencies you would list on a resume or talk about in an interview they allow you to show and not just tell. During a job search, the portfolio showcases your work to potential employers.
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The Lies about a great portfolio

  • There is One Optimal Portfolio for all investors.
  • All bonds and debts are created equal.
  • Inflation is no longer relevant.
  • Style and Market Capitalization are the only ways to gain an edge.
  • Consensus is comforting
  • A one-size-fits-all portfolio is good enough.
  • It's all about managing money.

Debunking the myths

  • Time horizons matter too much to investors.
  • In an asset class that runs the spectrum from largest, most liquid, and credit-sound investments in the world to niche, illiquid structured products, they're not all equal.
  • Nothing is set in stone.
  • Sector, active/passive and smart beta can't be overlooked.
  • Sticking to your long-term plan usually beats following the crowd.
  • You may be missing out on tax-efficient strategies.
  • Customers want more than that these days.

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