Lifecycle Investing, Risk Parity Portfolios, and Why Stocks Are Riskier in the Long Run


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How lifecycle investing and risk parity portfolios can assist you in having sufficient assets to retire. What are the two types of time diversification and why is one flawed?

Topics covered include:

  • What is settled work and what are some examples
  • How does lifecycle investing work and should you consider it
  • Why investing in stocks and other volatile asset classes is riskier over longer holding periods
  • What are risk-parity portfolios and how to evaluate them

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Show Notes

The moral calculations of a billionaire by Eli Saslow—The Washington Post

Life-Cycle Investing and Leverage: Buying Stock on Margin Can Reduce Retirement Risk by Ian Ayres and Barry J. Nalebuff

Lifecycle Investing - Leveraging when young, Forum Discussion by Steve Reading on

What Practitioners Need to Know… About Time Diversification (corrected March 2015) by Mark Kritzman—Financial Analysts Journal Volume 71, Number 1

Wishful Thinking About the Risk of Stocks in the Long Run: Consequences for Defined Contribution and Defined Benefit Retirement Plans by Zvi Bodie

Pension Obligation Bonds: Know Their Appeal and Pitfalls by Todd Tauzer—Segal

Shrinkage Estimation in Risk Parity Portfolios by Nabil Alkafri and Christoph Frey

Portfolio Charts

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