For many years, investors have had two broad objectives for their portfolios—current income and future growth. Fortunately, fulfilling these objectives was a reasonably simple exercise, as investors have had the opportunity to select from two main types of assets to support these needs. These two asset classes—fixed income securities and equity securities—uniquely supported income and growth. Thus, a key component of portfolio construction was to properly ...

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