Investing Amid Rising Rates: Is 60/40 Dead?

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The 60/40 portfolio allocated to global stocks and global fixed income, respectively, has become a fixture in the conventional investment toolkit. However, recent developments are calling the conventional approach into question. 

Our panel of experts discuss today’s fluid market environment and what it could mean for the standard 60/40 portfolio.

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