More North American investors would prevail if they diversified their retirement portfolios, according to The Globe and Mail.

“Any North American investor should have a foreign equity exposure that is, at minimum, 25% and at a maximum around 50%,” stated Michele Gambera, chief economist at Chicago-based Ibbotson Associates.

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