Many fiduciaries have greatly expanded the types of investments they use in portfolios, thanks to the freedom afforded by widespread adoption during the past two decades of both the Uniform Prudent Investor Act and the Uniform Principal and Income Act. Whereas portfolios typically were invested almost exclusively in stocks and bonds previously, today’s portfolios frequently add commodities, foreign currencies and a variety of other investments to the mix. (See “Today’s ...

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