Should the Yale Model be ditched?

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The Yale Model was developed in 1985 by David Swensen and Dean Takahashi, and it is core to investment strategies that asset allocators, commonly endowments and foundations, often follow. The model calls on allocators to diversify their portfolio amongst five to seven asset classes, focusing more on equities. It additionally emphasizes …  Read more by clicking on image.

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