The 2008 financial crisis cut a wide swath of destruction from Wall Street to Main Street. But few groups were as poorly prepared to withstand portfolio losses as individual investors.
Among the main reasons: Asset classes became overly correlated and investors didn't have enough exposure to alternative strategies. Yet there was another culprit-the disconnect between investment portfolios and individual goals.
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