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Sharing how your money can work for you in ways you didn’t previously know about

Wiser Investing: Diversify Your Portfolio Beyond Stocks and Bonds

While everyone knows to diversify their portfolio, well-endowed institutions and the ultra-wealthy have not been playing the same game as the mass market. The average investor will probably put their money in stocks, bonds, CDs, mutual funds, or ETFs. Some risk seeking people may even speculate in commodities, derivatives, or cryptocurrency. These strategies are good ways to keep all of your eggs out of a single basket, however, the incredibly wealthy have had another trick up their sleeve for years: the laws of diversification.

Interval funds were not historically available for the general investor until recently, however, interval funds have opened up additional asset classes in recent years and changed the scope of the game for the mass market. Though most are still unaware of these newly available strategies, Benjamin C. Halliburton, CFA is on a mission to make a difference.

In Wiser Investing, readers will learn how to make the most of these now available asset classes to increase their diversification. To assure readers that none of this is too good to be true, Halliburton’s book provides concrete data to confirm that anyone can become a wise investor.

“It’s not magic,” Halliburton explains, “wiser diversification is nothing but math.”

Wiser Investing has no room for any tricks or risky maneuvers; instead, you will only find those practices that the world’s elite investors have used reliably for years. Dispassionate numbers and years of experience form the foundation of his argument. Halliburton’s book delivers the information every modern investor needs in order to keep stride with the richest individuals and organizations.

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Wiser Investing:

Diversify Your Portfolio Beyond Stocks and Bonds