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Saturday, September 4th, 2010
The legendary investor Sir John Templeton had high praise for Roger Gibson, saying “he guides investment advisors through a logical process for making important asset-allocation decisions.”
Harry Markowitz, who won the Nobel Prize for inventing modern portfolio theory, says Roger’s book, Asset Allocation: Balancing Financial Risk, “presents individual investors and their investment advisors with a balanced, professional view of the investment process.”
Don Phillips, who heads fund research for Morningstar, goes even further, saying Roger is “without a doubt the best and most articulate voice on the subject of asset allocation today.”
You can hear that articulate voice by joining us for a free webcast with Roger Gibson.
Commodities have been gaining acceptance as a permanent asset class, and during the webcast Roger will show you where commodity-linked equities can fit into a portfolio to provide diversification while managing volatility.
The webcast is intended to deliver news you can use, so I hope you will be able to join us on September 9.
Diversification does not protect an investor from market risks and does not assure a profit.
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