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Lazy portfolios are easy to build and maintain investment portfolios. They consist of just a few ETFs and the usually have great performance. They are available at various risk levels.
Here is an example asset allocation of a Lazy Portfolios built with ETFs
This one is for the Coffeehouse portfolio.
You can find all Lazy portfolios further below. There you will also find out how the Lazy portfolio have performed.
A lazy portfolio is simple and easy to maintain. They typically only require a few ETFs to implement.
Below you can see the performance of the lazy portfolios.
|Name||Year to date||Return in 2022||10 year return||CAGR since 1989 (%)||Draw Down||Expense ratio||Yield|
|David Swensen Portfolio||3.08||-16.36||6.27||8.4||-25.96||0.07%||3.18|
|Merrimans Ultimate Portfolio||0.88||-15.17||7.16||8.54||-41.07||0.17%||2.88|
|Bill Schultheis Coffeehouse Portfolio||0.61||-14.22||6.21||8.08||-20.14||0.07%||2.42|
|Ted Aronson Family Taxable Portfolio||2.94||-15.96||6.37||8.26||-26.33||0.11%||3.12|
|Allan Roth Second Grader High Risk Portfolio||6.66||-17.69||8.68||8.27||-34.91||0.05%||2.11|
|Scott Burns Margaritaville||4.97||-12.75||6.15||7.34||-28.05||0.05%||3.78|
|William Bernstein No Brainer Portfolio||3.15||-13.48||7.11||7.66||-27.62||0.07%||1.84|
|William Bernstein Cowards Portfolio||1.24||-10.2||6.01||7.64||-19.93||0.07%||1.94|
You can find all the extended data, such as risk measurements and additional return periods of the portfolios here.
Below you can see the returns of the best portfolios that we have benchmarked.
|Name||See Portfolio||Year to date||Return in 2022||10 year return||CAGR since 1989 (%)||Draw Down|
Below you can see the portfolio asset allocation for all the lazy portfolios. You can also see which ETFs we suggest for the asset allocations.
Check out the article David Swensen Portfolio: Asset Allocation With A Punch to get a closer look.
Our article Bill Schultheis: Coffeehouse Portfolio: Relax And Get On With Your Life Portfolio? explains why this is a great portfolio.
Ted Aronson and his AJO Partners manage about $25 billion of institutional assets. Aronson puts his family’s taxable money in this well-diversified portfolio of no-load index funds.
We have profiled all of Allan Roth’s portfolios over at Allan Roth Second Grader Portfolio: Beating The Hell Outa Wall Street?
Be sure to check out our page on Scott Burns’ portfolios over at The Couch Potato Portfolio: Two Fund Supremacy?
William Bernstein, a former doctor, investment consultant, and an all-around good guy in the investing world, has presented a host of portfolios throughout his career. His book,The Four Pillars of Investing: Lessons for Building a Winning Portfolio, is required reading on investing.
His investing philosophy is broad diversification, common sense, and a realistic expectation of future returns. Other books that come highly recommended are Rational Expectations: Asset Allocation for Investing Adults and The Intelligent Asset Allocator: How to Build Your Portfolio to Maximize Returns and Minimize Risk.
You can find all of William Bernstein’s portfolios in our article William Bernstein Portfolios: The Portfolio Giant.
We also have a specific page for all of Paul Merriman’s portfolio. Check it out at Paul Merriman Portfolios: Unbiased Outperformance.
If you need a primer on what lazy portfolios are, you can read our post on lazy portfolios 5 Reasons Why A Lazy Portfolio Is Right For You.
The lazy portfolios are a varied bunch, but if you want some excellent performance coupled with ease, then be sure also to include two more groups of portfolios into your consideration. The first group is the three-fund portfolio.
The second is the many 4-fund portfolios by Rick Ferri.
Lazy portfolios are just a small selection of the many kinds of portfolios that portfolioeinstin.com track and document. You can view all the portfolios on this page.
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The Ray Dalio portfolio is also called the All-Weather portfolio. You can find it here.
The Permanent portfolio is the portfolio made by Harry Browne. You can find it here.