Managers rewrite model portfolio to generate real returns in inflationary environment

High inflation rates means retail investors need to look beyond the 60/40 portfolio to generate real returns.

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Goldman Sachs recently abandoned its faithful recipe for a stable growing portfolio. Over the past 100 years, the 60% equities and 40% bonds portfolio has generated an average return of 5%.

Now, however, the bank is adding gold, commodities, infrastructure, and emerging market equities to the mix in order to generate real returns in the inflatarionary environment.

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