Blind Taste Test

Eric Crittenden, CIO of Standpoint, walks through an experiment he calls the ‘Blind Taste Test.’ In this 4-minute video, Eric shows us that sometimes the least popular investment option is actually the most valuable.

Key Takeways

  • Blending multiple asset classes has the potential to achieve higher returns and lower risk than the individual components.
  • Adding an all-weather investment to a portfolio can add additional diversification benefits to a portfolio of stocks and bonds.
  • Historically, an all-weather approach has had higher returns than equities with lower volatility.
  • Source: Standpoint Asset Management, LLC
    • I think you're going to start to see more all-weather style programs.

      - Eric Crittenden

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