Jeff Saut's Latest Commentary: A Permanent Investment ~ market folly

Monday, February 25, 2013

Jeff Saut's Latest Commentary: A Permanent Investment

Market strategist Jeff Saut is out with his weekly market commentary, this time entitled "A Permanent Investment." 

He touches on how his mentor once told him to put one quarter of his portfolio in stocks, one quarter in bonds, one quarter in precious metals, and one quarter in farmland.  The reasoning was that such a non-correlated asset allocation could preserve and grow capital through various cycles.

Saut also offered a great quote from his father: "If you're going to be wrong, be wrong quickly with a deminimis loss of capital."  He then details his thoughts on the current market, which you can read below.

Embedded below is Saut's commentary, "A Permanent Investment":

You can download a .pdf copy here.

For more from Saut, check out his other commentary: don't just do something, sit there.

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