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Computerized Investing > March/April 2008 Portfolio Observer and ETF Info

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by CI Staff

Updated: AAII’s Portfolio Observer

AAII’s Portfolio Observer reports on recommended asset allocation and diversification strategies. The Suggested Allocation Breakdowns for three investor types (aggressive, moderate and conservative) have been updated to include a wider variety of asset types: large-, mid-, and small-cap stocks, international and emerging markets stocks, and intermediate- and short-term bonds.

Benchmark performance numbers are combined with the suggested allocations to create hypothetical portfolio returns for each investor type over the year-to-date and for the last one, five and 10 years.

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