Portfolios for the '90s

Kaye, Steven D.
August 1992
U.S. News & World Report;8/10/92, Vol. 113 Issue 6, 1992 money guide p57
Advises fund investors to take note that the next ten years won't be like the last ten years. Prices have been driven to the point where the average stock's price-to-earnings multiple is about double the 1982 level. Fund investors may need to fine-tune their portfolios; Three suggested investment portfolios for the '90s; The overall big picture; Comments from such investment pros as Debra Wetherby, president of Wetherby Asset Management.


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