This adviser loves stocks, hates bonds

Creative Financial Design's Theodore Feight shares his portfolio

Aug 26, 2014 @ 1:10 pm

By Jeff Benjamin

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Ted Feight: All in U.S. stocks

It's one thing to talk about how others should be investing, quite another to lay it on the line and actually show how you're managing your own portfolio. With that in mind, InvestmentNews is kicking off a new feature called My Portfolio, which takes a close look at how financial advisers allocate their personal assets. We are looking for volunteers to help us illustrate the myriad ways one can and will navigate the current economic environment, while investing for the long term. Interested? Email Jeff Benjamin or Trevor Hunnicutt.

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