Rebalancing client portfolios is a strategy most advisers embrace wholeheartedly. Yet sometimes even this seemingly obvious technique takes a measure of courage to implement.

Imagine this scenario: A client comes to the adviser’s office and expresses unhappiness with the funds in her portfolio that have not performed well. The adviser suggests that a rebalancing be done.

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