InvestorLit Research: Stocks vs. Bonds
10 Pages Posted: 18 Dec 2015
Date Written: May 1, 2013
InvestorLit is a subscription service providing reviews of institutional investment literature. The reviews cover a wide range of investment topics and are published on their website. Bruce Grantier, Founder of InvestorLit, is a member of the Brandes Institute Advisory Board. Members of the InvestorLit Advisory Board include Zev Frishman (Brandes Institute Advisory Board member), William Raver (Brandes Institute Advisory Board member) and Bob Schmidt (Manager, Brandes Institute). This article is another in an ongoing series highlighting select InvestorLit research pieces.
This review focuses on an important and timely asset mix issue: the allocation to stocks vs. bonds. Investors are at a generational juncture. On this issue, it appears the overwhelming evidence favors stocks over bonds.
Keywords: stocks, bonds, portfolio management, asset allocation, asset mix
JEL Classification: G10, G11, G14, G15, G20, G22, G23, G30
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