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Several studies have shown that one to two years has performed best. This allows stuff that has been outperforming to outperform for longer and when stuff is falling, you aren't constantly throwing good money at bad.
Got any links to those studies please? I'd be interested in reading them.2retire wrote:Several studies have shown that one to two years has performed best.
Here is the bogleheads wiki article on Rebalancing with links to studies:
I would like to note that vanguard target retirement and lifestrategy funds appear to have continual rebalancing, but that probably goes along with the deposits and withdrawals made by clients in these funds.
Presumably the OP is asking about a tax-advantaged account that would not be killed on taxes if rebalanced often.