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Dan Solin’s portfolios are exposed to between 20% - 100% stocks. They include small-caps and have exposure to small-cap value. They are simple to build with just a few ETFs.
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This is the Smartest Index Portfolio, Medium-High Risk portfolio.
Below you can see the historical return for Dan Solin’s portfolios.
Portfolio data was last updated on 1st of June 2023, 06:35 ET
|Name||Year to date||Return in 2022||10 year return||CAGR since 1989 (%)||Draw Down||Expense ratio||Yield|
|Dan Solin SuperSmart Portfolio, Low Risk||0.52||-6.01||2.28||5.21||-6.01||0.07%||1.57|
|Dan Solin SuperSmart Portfolio, Medium-Low Risk||0.51||-8.15||3.89||6.53||-11.84||0.10%||1.8|
|Dan Solin SuperSmart Portfolio, Medium||0.51||-10.3||5.44||7.73||-21.06||0.12%||2.03|
|Dan Solin SuperSmart Portfolio, Medium-High Risk||0.51||-12.45||6.93||8.79||-30.29||0.14%||2.26|
|Dan Solin SuperSmart Portfolio, High Risk||0.51||-14.59||8.35||9.72||-39.51||0.17%||2.49|
|Dan Solin The Smartest ETF Portfolio, Low Risk||1.81||-6.69||2.24||4.76||-6.69||0.06%||1.49|
|Dan Solin The Smartest ETF Portfolio, Medium-Low Risk||3.11||-9.52||3.83||5.6||-12.98||0.06%||1.65|
|Dan Solin The Smartest ETF Portfolio, Medium Risk||4.4||-12.35||5.35||6.3||-22.76||0.07%||1.8|
|Dan Solin The Smartest ETF Portfolio, Medium-High Risk||5.7||-15.18||6.8||6.85||-32.55||0.07%||1.96|
|Dan Solin The Smartest ETF Portfolio, High Risk||6.99||-18.01||8.18||7.22||-42.34||0.08%||2.11|
|Dan Solin The Smartest Index Portfolio, Low Risk||2.39||-14.15||2.85||6.13||-14.15||0.04%||2.45|
|Dan Solin The Smartest Index Portfolio, Medium-Low Risk||3.65||-15.2||4.65||6.94||-15.2||0.04%||2.34|
|Dan Solin The Smartest Index Portfolio, Medium Risk||4.91||-16.24||6.39||7.63||-21.41||0.04%||2.23|
|Dan Solin The Smartest Index Portfolio, Medium-High Risk||6.17||-17.29||8.09||8.2||-30.27||0.04%||2.12|
|Dan Solin The Smartest Index Portfolio, High Risk||7.42||-18.33||9.73||8.62||-39.12||0.05%||2.01|
Here is what the table is showing you
Year to date: This shows what the portfolio has returned this year starting from the first trading day of the year.
10 Year return: This shows the compounded annualized growth rate over a ten-year period. The current year is excluded from calculations.
CAGR since 1989: This shows the compounded annualized growth rate since 1989. The current year is excluded from calculations.
Expense ratio: This shows the cost of holding the portfolio if you were to construct the portfolio using the proposed ETFs.
Yield: This is the expected dividend yield of the portfolio.
Please note that past performance is not a guarantee of future returns.
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Daniel Solin is a veteran in the investment industry and is considered one of the good guys in investing. Read Who Are The 3 Good Guys In Investing?
He has worked at Index Fund Advisors and Buckingham Strategic Wealth in company with Larry Swedroe and Tim Maurer).
Daniel Solin is the author of the Smart Series which helps you invest, manage your finances and plan your retirement. Small books that will make a massive impact on your life.
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Daniel Solin’s investment portfolios are great because they cover the entire spectrum of investment goals. The investment portfolios are simple and use only a few asset classes to achieve great results.
For instance, Daniel Solin’s SuperSmart portfolio high-risk has beaten the market since 1989.
Daniel Solin has managed to make portfolios that cater to everyone. He has a simple portfolio with only two funds (Total world stock fund and a bond fund). But he also has a portfolio that is more complicated but which in turn does much better.
His influence from Index Fund Advisors and Buckingham Strategic Wealth Advisors can be seen in that Daniel Solin favors value and small caps as his preferred tilts. Tilts mean that you overweight your asset allocation towards a certain asset class. Value and small-cap stock asset classes have historically outperformed the broader market.
Larry Swedroe from Buckingham has a similar smart portfolio as Daniel Solin. IFA’s portfolios also tilt their portfolios towards small-cap and value. You can read our article on IFA portfolios Index Fund Advisors: Market Beating Portfolios.
His books are unique because they give concrete advice and no-frills warnings about the stock market. They are without a doubt some of our favorite investing books and are on our short-list of all-time-best investment books.
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