Larry's list - good bad, ugly

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Larry's list - good bad, ugly

Post by pkcrafter » Thu Apr 26, 2007 11:08 am

A list of asset classes created by Larry Swedroe (good, bad, ugly) was recently posted somewhere. Does anyone know where that post is?

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Paul
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Post by alvinsch » Thu Apr 26, 2007 11:32 am

I got the following from this conversation:

http://www.diehards.org/forum/viewtopic ... &view=next
Introduction
The Good, the Flawed, the Bad, and the Ugly

Part 1. The Good
1. Real Estate
2. Commodities
3. International Equities
4. Inflation-Protected Securities
5. Fixed Annuities
6. Stable-Value Funds

Part 2. The Flawed
1. High-Yield (Junk) Bonds
2. Private Equity (Venture) Capital
3. Covered Calls
4. Socially Responsible Mutual Funds
5. Precious Metals Equities
6. Preferred Stocks
7. Convertible Bonds
8. Emerging-Market Bonds

Part 3. The Bad
1. Hedge Funds
2. Leveraged Buyouts
3. Variable Annuities

Part 4. The Ugly
1. Equity-Indexed Annuities
2. Structured Investment Products
3. Leveraged Funds
- Al

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Alternate Assets

Post by Barry Barnitz » Thu Apr 26, 2007 11:37 am

Keep in mind that this is a listing for alternate asset class investing.

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Larry's list

Post by pkcrafter » Thu Apr 26, 2007 2:59 pm

Thanks, Al and Barry.

Paul
When times are good, investors tend to forget about risk and focus on opportunity. When times are bad, investors tend to forget about opportunity and focus on risk.

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