What Should You Do When We Update Our CPM Portfolios?

Mar 09 15:03 2020 Print This Article

In an upcoming Canadian Portfolio Manager (CPM) podcast about our new Ridiculous Model Portfolios, we also took the time to address an important Frequently Asked Question from one of our listeners. There are variations on the theme, but the query goes something like this: Hey, Justin: A couple months ago, I was following the recommendations from the June chart of CPM’s model ETF asset allocation.

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Canadian Portfolio Manager

Canadian Portfolio Manager was created to educate do-it-yourself investors and advisors alike. The blog focuses on market-based or passive investing—sorry, no stock picking or market timing advice here. The blog’s author is Justin Bender, a portfolio manager with PWL Capital Inc. in Toronto. Justin is a CFA Charterholder and a CFP Professional.

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