Diversification

The Investor’s Dilemma

Most individual investors’ portfolios include only two asset classes: public domestic equities and bonds, the “risky” and “safe” asset classes, respectively. This traditional portfolio (colloquially referred to as the “60 / 40” reflecting a typical allocation to equities and bonds) did not perform well from 2000 – 2010 but did well over the most recent ten years from 2011 – 2021. 

Bonds Part 5: Reinsurance Bonds

Reinsurance bonds also called Catastrophe bonds are a unique asset class, one whose performance has little relationship to the bond and stock market hence their unique value. Here we explain what reinsurance bonds are, how we can invest in them and what value they add to a diversified portfolio.

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