November 08, 2012 at 09:00 AM EST
How To Invest Like The Nobel Foundation With ETFs
Individual investors and an ever-increasing number of professional money managers have embraced ETFs as viable “building blocks” for executing a cost-efficient strategy. With more than 1,400 ETPs on the market, investors have no shortage of options at their fingers; although previously hard-to-reach asset classes are now readily accessible, investors’ success over the long-haul is still very much dependent on prudent portfolio management strategies [see How To Pick The Right ETF Every Time]. We often stumble upon priceless lessons in the most unlikely of places and, when it comes to finance, portfolio management tips from Alfred Nobel is as strange as they come. Better known as the inventor of dynamite, Alfred Nobel left behind a legacy that would forever change scientific advancement. What’s less known is that upon his death, Nobel instructed that his fortune be invested in “safe securities,” which quickly turned out to be a financial disaster for the Nobel [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: No Related Posts
Individual investors and an ever-increasing number of professional money managers have embraced ETFs as viable “building blocks” for executing a cost-efficient strategy. With more than 1,400 ETPs on the market, investors have no shortage of options at their fingers; although previously hard-to-reach asset classes are now readily accessible, investors’ success over the long-haul is still very much dependent on prudent portfolio management strategies [see How To Pick The Right ETF Every Time]. We often stumble upon priceless lessons in the most unlikely of places and, when it comes to finance, portfolio management tips from Alfred Nobel is as strange as they come. Better known as the inventor of dynamite, Alfred Nobel left behind a legacy that would forever change scientific advancement. What’s less known is that upon his death, Nobel instructed that his fortune be invested in “safe securities,” which quickly turned out to be a financial disaster for the Nobel [...]

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