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Quick Takes: Can De‑Risking Portfolios Support Returns Too?

For investors looking to earn income and de-risk portfolios, short-term investments may be an attractive opportunity.


For investors looking to earn income and de-risk portfolios, short-term investments may be an attractive opportunity. Portfolio manager Jerome Schneider discusses why an allocation to the asset class should be more than an afterthought.

For insights on how behavioral science can help identify biases that result in poor investment decisions, please read, “How to Overcome the Structural Bias in Cash and Short-Term Investing.

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Jerome M. Schneider

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