One of the great aftershocks felt in the wake of the financial meltdown has been a fairly loud drumbeat against Harry Markowitz’s modern portfolio theory.
Within certain circles of the financial services industry, the economic recession exposed modern portfolio theory as a lousy way to diversify. From this assailment on one of investment’s cornerstone theories has come the oft-repeated line, “buy and hold is dead.”
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