Making sure that clients don’t put all their eggs in one basket sometimes means adding new types of assets to the mix.
Beyond the well-known categories of large-capitalization, small-cap, developed international and fixed income are a variety of other asset classes that may provide diversification for those with a higher risk tolerance, says Claudia Mott, a CFP and the principal of Epona Financial Solutions in Basking Ridge, N.J.
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