Conservative ETF Portfolio for January 2012

So here we go. The holidays are over, and with them a very difficult year in financial markets. So let us hope that 2012 will be easier to handle for investors. What if it is not? Then more than ever, flexible strategies that can dynamically adapt to market developments and trends will be needed. It is worth underlining that in 2011, for the very first time, our conservative model portfolio performed better than our aggressive model portfolios. With so many sharp and quickly reversed ups and downs in risk assets, it is clear that cash and bonds were king in 2011.

What does the conservative portfolio look like for January 2012?

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