How valuation-based asset allocation can help long-term savers

04/15/2012 | Journal of Financial Planning

Valuation-based asset allocation can improve investors' outcomes over the long term, Wade D. Pfau writes. His analysis of historical data shows that the approach supports both lower savings rates and higher withdrawal rates in many cases. Planners who don't apply valuation-based allocation may still be able to use the method to convince clients to hold equities in times of uncertainty, Pfau writes.

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