As part of our preparation and planning for the new Business & Wealth Management Conference in Chicago this October, I recently asked my Inside Information audience a very basic question.  What portfolio management activities provide the MOST value for your time/money/energy/attention, and which activities provide the LEAST value for your time etc.? 

In other words, what do you do to get the most benefit for client portfolios, and what activities are largely a waste of time? 

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