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Portfolio - Investment Products
Americans Understand Diversification, But Not Inflation
Thursday, November 11, 2010
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Surprisingly, most Americans showed understanding of  diversification, asset allocation and dollar-cost averaging, while flunking basic questions about other financial concepts in a survey for Northwestern Mutual. This discrepancy is consistent with findings in a 2006 study.

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