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Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Global Investing 1969-2000

Here will will study the hypothetical growth of investing $1 in U.S. stocks and bonds, international stocks and bonds and inflation.

While U.S. stocks ended this time period with the best returns, but for a majority of this time international stocks outstripped U.S. stocks. International bonds outperformed the U.S. bonds during this long time period as well. Because the two both perform well, but are not alike they complement one another very well. So diversifying and getting good international exposure is great for your portfolio.


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