Why bother rebalancing your investment portfolio and what is the best method for doing so.

Topics covered include:How a target asset allocation can get out of line if a portfolio is not rebalancedWhat is positive skewness and why it matters to portfolio investingWhat is volatility drag and how it can lead to lower end of period wealthWhat are the costs of rebalancingWhich rebalancing method if any has been the most effective

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Show Notes

Long-Horizon Stock Returns Are Positively Skewed by Adam Farago and Erik Hjalmarsson

Positively Skewed Distribution—Corporate Finance Institute

Prospect Theory and Stock Market Anomalies by Nicholas Barberis, Lawrence J. Jin, and Baolian Wang

Strategic Rebalancing by Sandy Rattray, Nicolas Granger, Campbell R. Harvey, and Otto Van Hemert

Portfolio Rebalancing: Tradeoffs and Decisions by Xing Hong and Philipp Meyer-Brauns

Diversification Returns, Rebalancing Returns and Volatility Pumping by Keith Cuthbertson, Simon Hayley, Nick Motson, and Dirk Nitzsche

Getting back on track: A guide to smart rebalancing by Jenna L. McNamee, Thomas Paradise, and Maria A. Bruno—Vanguard

Safe Haven: Investing for Financial Storms by Mark Spitznagel

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