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Source: Russell Investments


This reminds me quite a bit of Riskalyze.


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Category: Asset Allocation, Markets

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3 Responses to “Asset Class Dashboard”

  1. ByteMe says:

    Data from Sept 30, 2013, posted in early November. Nothing more recent on their site.

    It’s pretty, though.

  2. 4whatitsworth says:

    Thanks, I find data presented this way being very useful although it would be better if it were more current. Right now I am rethinking my emerging market entry timing and this is indeed useful and easy enough to get data on the current situation.

    It does seem like the balance between Large Cap and Emerging is off and will adjust but as the saying goes the market can remain irrational longer than we can remain solvent.

  3. Zephos says:

    Thankyou! Equities are the clear winner. Developed and Devloping performance looks more inversely proportional to each other.