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One of the things i mentioned was: Is asset allocation (as put forth by modern portfolio theory) justified?This articlehttp://www.worth.com/articles/Z0002F01.htmlsuggests that it isn't. He says there that the risk in one class of stocks can be limited by purchasing negatively correlated stocks -- since correlation is not known and can change with time. Thus the "efficient frontier" is a myth.Any comments?
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