Jon Deane: Should gold replace bonds in the 'new' 60/40?

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Jon Deane: Should gold replace bonds in the 'new' 60/40?

Past performance is no guarantee of future results, and, as clichéd as it may sound, that old mantra is particularly applicable to the 60/40 rule, writes Jon Deane. Here he explores investing in gold as part of a diversified portfolio

Portfolio diversification is a vital part of any modern investment strategy. But it's the 60/40 rule—an asymmetrical allocation to stocks and bonds respectively—that has really captured the hearts, minds...

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