Armstrong Economics Blog/Forecasts
Re-Posted Feb 7, 2018 by Martin Armstrong
QUESTION: You do not believe in wide diversification?
ANSWER: No. Wide diversification is only required when the investor does not have a clue about what is going on in the markets. We have asset allocation models for Institutions who simply believe they must have some diversification. The main objective is to limit the areas they will take losses on because of diversification. Why buy government bonds when you know we are at a 5,000 low? I am sorry, but sometimes the allocation to a particular segment should be ZERO!