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Rethinking the Portfolio: The New 60

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Is the equity portion of the investor’s portfolio in line with the current market environment? OppenheimerFunds Senior Economist Brian Levitt argues that, as a starting point, it should at least mirror the world’s market capitalization. Levitt offers up more critical insight from there.

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Investment Insight Series
OppenheimerFunds, in partnership with ThinkAdvisor, bring you the Investment Insight Series which features interviews with their Economist and Portfolio Managers. Learn about the current financial landscape and apply these insights to modern day portfolio construction.

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Views from Justin Leverenz and Heidi Heikenfeld, Co-Portfolio Managers

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