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Lazy Portfolios in 2017

The following table lists 2017 total returns for various examples of “lazy portfolios”. Some of the portfolios (Coffeehouse and Coward’s) are designed as  60/40 stock/bond portfolios. Other portfolios (Armstrong Ideal and Swensen) are designed as 70/30 stock/bond portfolios.  The two-fund,

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Lazy Portfolios in 2016

The following table lists 2016 total returns for various examples of “lazy portfolios”. Some of the portfolios (Coffeehouse and Coward’s) are designed as  60/40 stock/bond portfolios. Other portfolios (Armstrong Ideal and Swensen) are designed as 70/30 stock/bond portfolios.  The two-fund,

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Lazy Portfolios in 2015

The following table lists 2015 total returns for various examples of “lazy portfolios”. Some of the portfolios (Coffeehouse and Coward’s) are designed as  60/40 stock/bond portfolios. Other portfolios (Ideal and Swensen) are designed as 70/30 stock/bond portfolios.  The two-fund, three-fund,

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Core Four Portfolios 2015 update

Core four portfolios are simple indexed portfolios that allocate assets across four asset class mutual or exchange-traded funds. The 2015 performance of the core four portfolio based on Vanguard’s life strategy and target date portfolio allocations, and of Rick Ferri’s

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Core Four Portfolios

Core four portfolios are simple indexed portfolios that allocate assets across four asset class mutual  or exchange-traded funds. Vanguard core four portfolios Starting February 6, 2013, Vanguard began offering investors four fund portfolios, invested in four “total market” index funds through

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