Introducing the Perfect 5 ETFs Portfolio!
My new Perfect 5 ETF Active Passive Portfolio is intended to clear up one bit of confusion. ETFs are indeed passively-managed, index-tracking investment vehicles. But portfolios of ETFs put together by investors aren’t–and indeed can’t be–passively managed. An investor is making a choice to own U.S. equities in an ETF versus an emerging market ETF versus a bond ETF, for example. Even a decision to own nothing but a Standard & Poor’s 500 ETF is an active investment decision.
Investors forget this distinction at their peril. And that’s why, this week, I’m launching my new Perfect 5 Active Passive ETF portfolio. The portfolio will always own just five passively managed low-cost ETFs, but then I’ll be making recommendations for active decision by you as to what ETFs (and when) in what allocations will fill those five slots.
For a limited time only, you can get a free-two week trial to the portfolio on my JugglingwithKnives.com site. After trying the portfolio and the site for two weeks, you can subscribe for just $59 for your first year. (The regular price is $79 a year.)
With your free trial and discounted subscription you’ll get my Perfect 5 ETF portfolio, my Volatility Portfolio (and access to all three of the other portfolios I run on line), plus exclusive posts not found on my free JubakPicks.com site, plus a daily 8 p.m. email that includes all the day’s posts on JugglingwithKnives.com.
This free trial expires at the end of October.
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