Inflation and an aggressive Fed could mean investors should rethink the traditional 60/40 portfolio

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The traditional diversified portfolio – which holds 60% of its assets in stocks and 40% in bonds – may be due for a rethink as savers confront higher inflation, rising interest rates and equity volatility.

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