I've lectured on investment strategies the world over, but I recently got one of the most intriguing questions I've been asked in a long time at the Global Currency Expo in San Diego, California.
An attendee asked me: "Is it possible to achieve decent performance if I don't want to include stocks?"
In short, the answer is "yes" -- though I wouldn't recommend a "stockless" portfolio because of the tradeoffs involved.
Still, it is possible to achieve a "decent" performance without stocks.
Here's how you'd do it.
To find out how to create a workable stockless portfolio, read on...
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