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The 60/40 portfolio strategy no longer applies, according to Bank of America

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The 60/40 portfolio strategy no longer applies, according to Bank of America

Bank of America recommends rethinking the classic 60/40 portfolio. Spencer Platt/Getty

The 60/40 portfolio no longer works, according to Bank of America.

Bonds don’t offer the yields or diversification benefits that made this strategy popular.

Here are eleven types of investments to consider instead for generating both returns and income.

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For decades, a portfolio that was 60 percent equities and 40 percent bonds delivered solid returns while reducing risk through diversification.

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