The 60/40 Portfolio Will Fail, Here’s Why | Lyn Alden

Liberty and Finance, Released on 2/29/24 (Recorded on 2/26/24)

Overall energy prices are unlikely to fall. And inflation overall is likely to remain high for years to come. The 40-year trend of falling rates and rising stock prices is likely ending, but most financial planners are not adapting to protect their clients from the changes that are coming. Instead of a portfolio based only on stocks and bonds, Alden suggests a more diversified portfolio that includes proven inflation hedges.

0:00 Intro
1:42 Oil update
8:56 Green energy?
13:46 Inflation concerns
18:18 Debt & deficits
22:40 Portfolio
25:44 BRICS & dedollarization
29:59 Lyn Alden online
30:11 Weekly specials

Lyn Alden is the founder of Lyn Alden Investment Strategy. Lyn has a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and a master’s degree in engineering management, with a focus on engineering economics and financial modeling. She worked as an electrical engineer at an aviation facility, and over the course of a decade worked her way up from being an intern to being the lead engineer and running the day-to-day operations and finances of the facility, before retiring early at age 33 with financial independence. Since then, Lyn has been a full-time investor and independent analyst.

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