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Financial Post: Managing Wealth  |  26 November 2011

Learning from investment leaders

Affluent investors can learn a lot from top endowments and pension plans. Take the Yale and Harvard university endowments, for example. Within the institutional world, they are renowned as astute, long-term investment strategists. Their results speak volumes — their annual returns of 10.1% and 9.4%, respectively, over the decade ended June 30, 2011 far outstripped the 4.3% return of the traditional pension mix of 60% stocks and 40% bonds. Read more >