Bridgewater On Investors’ Number One Mistake

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Rupert Hargreaves
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Over the years, Bridgewater’s “Daily Observations” research notes have built a reputation for their unparalleled and informative views on the macro economy. But Bridgewater’s research notes aren’t just focused on economic trends. Occasionally, the firm publishes a document that covers investment strategy. In 2004 (revised during 2006) the group published a “Daily Observations” note titled, “The Biggest Mistake in Investing,“ which discussed the topic of asset allocation and balanced portfolios. The report is very interesting and highly informative but is not available in its full form to most investors. However, ValueWalk has been able to review the note. The highlights…

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