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Mastering the Art of Asset Allocation: Comprehensive Approaches to…

by David M. CFA Darst

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Gain new insights into why asset allocation works and learn advanced investing strategies

You know that asset allocation requires much more than cookie-cutter analysis. You want precise, detailed techniques for analyzing and applying asset allocation principles. The high-level, applications-oriented Mastering the Art of Asset Allocation examines the inner working of numerous asset allocation strategies and covers everything from ways to determine the portfolio value of various asset classes to insights into changing patterns of investment returns and standard deviations in different time periods and market environments.

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