All earned more than 80% during a period of 10 years. The tactic is to combine measures of quality American companies and multinational companies based in the United States with large revenues from abroad. To realize this strategy can begin to analyze the ETF called iShares S% P 100 Index (OEF). Jensen's portfolio generates the same exposure. The co-manager of Jensen Portfolio Robert McIver said on Bloomberg on the migration of this type of action toward its bottom due to the weak dollar and changes in corporate strategies.
McIver also commented that foreign companies increased 33% over two years ago to 50% today. If the slow growth theory is proved with certainty, stocks with good dividend payments would have to perform in a good way for this 2010. One of the lessons less appreciated of the "Equities Investments" is the value consists of dividend income. In the stock market 50% of the returns of investors historically come from dividends. Here I give you two ways to buy stocks that pay good dividends: Vanguard Equity Income Fund (VEIPX) with a dividend policy of 2.5% and the SPDR S & P Dividend ETF (SDY) with a dividend policy of 4.02%. Bonds Interest on U.S.
bonds did not return to their highest levels, which is telling us that we must pay close attention. So bond investors should cliff to good quality funds and bonds Taves it can sustain. They will not gain much as the long-term bonds if interest rates continue to fall, but lose much less if rates begin to rise. Review and analyze the fund called the Vanguard Short Term Bond Index (VBISX), which contains a mix of government and corporate bonds. This fund has exceeded 90% market to their peers in the past 15 years. If you do not want to buy anything the American government can buy an ETF that contains Treasury Bonds protected inflation such as Barclays iShares ETF Bonds TIPS (TIP). To protect our portfolio of further falls in the dollar could be considered a foreign bond ETF like the iShares S & P / Citi 1 to 3 years International Treasury Bond ETF (ISHG). Commodities Inflation right now is keeping acceptable levels, but if the economy continues to grow little by little is very likely that commodities will also begin to take effect. Since commodity prices began to increase its value decided that at least 5% of our portfolio be invested in commodities. One of the first ideas I give is PowerShares DB Commodity Index ETF (DBC) and Credit Suisse Commodity Return Strategy Fund (CRSOX). Either of these two funds reflected in behavior in the prices of commodities, whether we invest in shares of companies that sell or distribute commodities. Historically, commodities were a good way to diversify since the movement in commodity stocks tended to be more correlated with the immensity of the Bag Values