Originally Posted by photoguy
So are you saying your AA has 32 classes (16 x2 for US/International)? Seems like a lot.
FYI, The Bob Clyatt (and his asset allocation model) believe that having many slivers of the financial market each weighted appropriately allows for bigger overall gains and bigger overall yearly income.
The devil is in deciding exactly how to allocate/weight (correctly) each sliver.
I am not convinced, but what do I know ? There are certainly those that indeed believe they can better allocate the market.
The Clyatt model is (in some ways) sort of the antithesis of the Bogle model.