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New message board for Asset Allocation Strategies.  Some ideas -
                   
                                                            
Stocks ------- 23%
Bonds -------- 28%
Gold ---------- 13%
Real Estate - 27%
Cash ---------- 9%

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Stocks -
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50% - Broad Index
25% - Sector ETFs
25% - Individual Stocks


Bonds -
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60% - Corp
40% - Muni



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S+P 500 -
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Technology ---------------- 22%
Healthcare ----------------- 16%
Financial Services ------- 14%
Communication Svcs -- 11%
Consumer Cyclical ------ 10%
Industrials ------------------ 8%
Consumer Defensive ---- 8%
Utilities ---------------------- 3%

Energy ----------------------- 3%
Real Estate ----------------- 3%
Basic Materials ------------ 2%



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Ray Dalio - 'All Weather Portfolio'
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0ARb1N-3kM


Stocks ----------- 30%
Treasuries ------ 55% (Long term 40%, Intermediate Term 15%)
Gold -------------- 7.5%
Commodities -- 7.5% 



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7-Twelve Allocation -
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8rTBEZSL7-4


Stocks -
Large Cap US - 8.3%
Mid Cap US - 8.3%
Small Cap US - 8.3%
Developed Intl - 8.3%
Emerging Intl - 8.3%


Real Estate - 8.3%
Natural Resources - 8.3%
Commodities - 8.3%

Bonds -
US Bonds - 8.3%
TIPS - 8.3%
Intl Bonds - 8.3%


Cash - 8.3%

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Advanced Research Investment Solutions Risk Parity ETF (RPAR) -

Stocks - 25%
Gold - 17.5%

Commodities - 15% (Industrial) 
Bonds - TIPS - 20%
Bonds - Long Term Treasuries - 42%


(Note -the ETF is 20% leveraged)


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STOCKS -
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iShares Core S+P Total US Stock Market ETF (ITOT) (0.03%) ------------- 1.89%
Vanguard Total Stock Market ETF (VTI), (Exp - 0.03%) ----------------------- 1.95%
Vanguard Total World Stock ETF (VT), (Exp - 0.10%)


iShares Core S+P 500 ETF (IVV) (0.04%) ----------------------------------------- 1.94%
SPDR S+P 500 ETF (SPY) (0.0945%) ----------------------------------------------- 2.25%
Vanguard 500 Index ETF (VOO), (0.03%) ----------------------------------------- 2.03%



HIGH DIVIDEND -
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Fidelity High Dividend ETF (FDVV) - (0.29%) ----------------------------------- 4.34%
iShares Core High Dividend ETF (HDV) - (0.08%) ----------------------------- 4.29%
Schwab US Dividend Equity ETF (SCHD) - (0.06%) ---------------------------
SPDR - High Dividend ETF (SPYD) - (0.07%) ------------------------------------
Vanguard High Dividend Yield ETF (VYM) - (0.06%) -------------------------- 3.68%



UTILITIES -
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Fidelity MSCI Utility Index (FUTY) - (0.08%) ------------------------------------ 2.86%
SPDR - Utilities Select Sector ETF (XLU) - (0.13%) --------------------------- 3.51%
Vanguard Utilities ETF (VPU) - (0.10%) ------------------------------------------- 3.21%



CONSUMER STAPLES -
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Fidelity MSCI Consumer Staples Index ETF (FSTA) - (0.08%) ------------- 2.60%
SPDR Consumer Staples ETF (XLP) - (0.13%) ---------------------------------- 3.04%
Vanguard Consumer Staples ETF (VDC) - (0.10%) ---------------------------- 2.73%



REITS -
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Fidelity MSCI Real Estate Index ETF (FREL) - (0.084%) ---------------------------
iShares Core US REIT (USRT) - (0.08%)
SPDR Real Estate Select (XLRE) - (0.13%)
Vanguard Real Estate ETF
(VNQ) - (0.12%) -------------------------------------------- 


ENERGY -
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Fidelity MSCI Energy Index ETF (FENY) (Exp - 0.08, Assets - 409 mil, Yld - 3.63%)
Invesco CleanTech ETF (PZD) (Exp - 0.68%, Assets - 201 mil)
SPDR Energy Select Sector ETF (XLE) (0.13%, Yld - %)
Vanguard Energy ETF (VDE) (Exp - 0.10%, Yld - 2.71%)
Tortoise North American Pipeline Fund ETF (TPYP)(Exp - 0.40%)



FINANCIAL -
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ETFMG Prime Mobile Payments ETF (IPAY) (Exp - 0.75%, Assets - 479 mil, Yield - 0.04%)


TECHNOLOGY -
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Cloud Computing ETF(SKYY)
Fidelity MSCI Info Tech Index ETF (FTEC) (Exp - 0.084%, Assets - 2.6 Bil, Yld - 1.13%
Global X Cloud Computing ETF (CLOU)
Wisdom Tree Cloud Computing ETF (WCLD)

BlueStar Israel Technology ETF (ITEQ) (Exp - 0.75%, Assets - 82 mil, Yield - 0.24%)

ETFMG Prime Cyber Security ETF (HACK) (Exp - 0.60%, Assets - 1.2 Bil, Yield - 1.79%)
First Trust Nasdaq Cybersecurity ETF (CIBR) (Exp - 0.60%, Assets - 1.2 Bil, Yield -1.80%)
Shares Cybersecurity and Tech ETF (IHAK) (Exp - 0.47%, Assets - 16 mil, Yield - n/a



ProShares Short S&P 500 (SH)

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BONDS -
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iShares Core Total USD Bond Market ETF (IUSB) -------- (7.69 years) ----------------------------- 2.50%
iShares Core 10+ Year USD Bond ETF (ILTB) - (0.06%, 23 years) ---------------------------------- 3.17%
iShares Core US Aggregate Bond ETF (AGG) - (0.05%, 7.84 years) -------------------------------
iShares Core 5-10 year USD Bond ETF (IMTB) - (0.06%, 5.66 years) ------------------------------
SPDR - Portfolio Aggregate Bond ETF
(SPAB) - (0.04%, 8.1 years) -------------------------------- 2.35%
Vanguard Total Bond Market ETF (BND) - (66% US Govt, 34% Corp, 5.9 yrs) - 3.17% 2.29%
Vanguard Intermed Term Bond ETF (BIV) - (54% US Govt, 46% Corp, 6.3 yrs) 3.24% 2.14%
Vanguard Long Term Bond ETF (BLV) - (44% US Govt, 56% Corp, 15 yrs ) ------------- 3.96% 2.96%


CORPORATE -
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iShares Broad US Corporate Bond ETF (USIG)
iShares Intermediate Term Corporate Bond ETF (IGIB)
SPDR Portfolio Corporate Bond ETF (SPBO)
SPDR Short Term Corporate Bond ETF (SPSB)
SPDR Intermediate Term Corporate Bond ETF (SPIB)
SPDR Long Term Corporate Bond ETF (SPLB)
Vanguard Total Corporate Bond ETF (VTC) - (100% Corp, 11.6 yrs) ---------------------- 3.33% 3.11%
Vanguard Short Term Corporate ETF (VCSH) - (100% Corp, 2.7 yrs) --------------------- 3.43% 2.31%
Vanguard Intermediate Term Corporate ETF (VCIT) - (100% Corp, 6.5 yrs) ------------- 4.04% 2.79%
Vanguard Long Term Corporate ETF (VCLT) - (100% Corp, 23.8 yrs) --------------------- 4.67% 3.62%


MUNICIPAL -
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Vanguard Tax-Exempt Bond ETF (VTEB) - (0.09%) --------------------------------------- 2.80%


TREASURY - 
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iShares US Treasury Bond ETF (GOVT)
iShares 3-7 Year Treasury Bond ETF (IEI) - (0.15%) ---------------------------------------------- 1.45%
iShares 7-10 Year Treasury Bond ETF (IEF) - (0.15%) -------------------------------------------- 1.52%
iShares 10-20 Year Treasury Bond ETF (TLH) - (0.15%) ----------------------------------------- 1.72%
iShares 20 + Year Treasury Bond ETF (TLT)
SPDR Short Term Treasury Bond ETF (SPTS)
SPDR Long Term Treasury Bond ETF (SPTL)
Vanguard Intermediate-Term Treasury ETF
(VGIT) - (0.07%) ---------------------------------- 1.57%
Vanguard Long Term Treasury ETF (VGLT) - (17.4 years) --------------------------------------- 2.04%

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CASH -
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T Rowe Price Government Money Fund (PRRXX) - (0.44%) ---------------------- 2.08%
Vanguard Federal Money Market Fund (VMFXX) - (0.11%) ---------------- 2.33%
Vanguard Municipal Money Market Fund (VMSXX) - (0.16%) -------------1.43%


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GOLD -
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iShares Gold Trust ETF (IAU) - (0.25%) -------------------------------------------- 0%
SPDR Gold Shares ETF (GLD) - (0.40%) --------------------------------------------------- 0%
SPDR Gold Mini Shares ETF (GLDM) - (0.18%) ------------------------------------------ 0%
VanEck Vectors Gold Miners (GDX) - (0.52%) ------------------------------------------- 0.37%
VanEck Vectors Junior Gold Miners (GDXJ) - (0.53%) -------------------------------- 0.07%
Franco-Nevada Corp (FNV) - Gold-focused royalty stream (Mkt cap - 21 Bil, Div - 0.88%)


SILVER -
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iShares Silver Trust ETF (SLV)
Global-X Silver Miners ETF (SIL)


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Vanguard Wellesley Income Fund (VWIAX) - 
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         62% Bonds, 38% Stocks

        
 Admiral Shares - $50,000 min (Exp - 0.16%) --------------------  3.29%
         Regular Shares - $3,000 min (Exp - 0.23%) ---------------------- 3.22%
         Avg bond duration - 9.5 years
         
         Holdings (as of 6-18) -
         
         US Bonds (48.0%)
         US Stocks (30.8%)
         Intl Bonds (12.8%)
         Intl Stocks (5.6%)        
         Cash, Other (1.8%)


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Vanguard Balanced Index Fund (VBIAX) - 60% Stocks, 40% Bonds
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Stocks (US) - 59.7%
Bonds (US) - 39.9%
Yield - 2.4 %
Expense Ratio - 0.07%
Min - $3000



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Vanguard Total World Stock ETF (VT) -
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57% - North America
19% - Europe
14% - Pacific
10% - Emerging Markets
<1% - Middle East
<1% - Other

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Vanguard FTSE Developed Markets ETF (VEA) -
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53% - Europe 
38% - Pacific 
8% - North America 
<1% - Emerging Markets 
<1% - Middle East
<1% - Other


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Stocks - 
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            - Broad Index
            - High Dividend 
            - Large Cap
            - Mid Cap
            - Small Cap
            - Sector
            - International 


Bonds / Fixed Income -
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           - Bank CDs
           - Corporate Bonds
           - Municipal Bonds
           - Treasury Bonds

Cash -
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          - Money Market
          - Bank Accounts

Gold + Silver -
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            - Physical Metals
            - ETFs, Mutual Funds

Trading - 
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             - Covered Calls
             - LEAPS
             - Stocks, ETFs

Real Estate - REITS -
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            - Data Centers
            - Healthcare facilities
            - Industrial / Warehouses
            - Office
            - Private Prisons
            - Residential
            - Retail
            - Storage
            - Telecom Towers

Real Estate - Other -
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                - House
                - Commercial, Office
                - Vacation Home  
                - Rental Property
                - Farmland
                - Raw Land

Commodities -
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                  - Agro
                  - Lumber
                  - Mining
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Collectibles -
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                   - Art
                   - Cars, Motorcycles
                   - Coins
                   - Guitars
                   - Posters
                   - Records  
                   




 
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