Scott Burns, columnist for the Dallas Morning News and creator of the original couch potato portfolio, has posted the performance numbers of all his passive portfolios here. Check out the impressive performance of the Canadian version of the portfolio here and another “lazy portfolio” here. I think these passive portfolios work really well because they are low-cost and take the emotion out of investing by periodic rebalancing.
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