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Part 1: What You Invest In
This article assumes that you’re already familiar with the basics of investing: how to use your risk tolerance and risk capacity to determine an optimized asset allocation that fits them. That’s going to determine the lion’s share of your volatility and returns, but what if you’re looking for even more efficiency? What if you’ve got your asset allocation set up and want to turn the dial to 11? The magic of compound interest means that small improvements compounded over time add up to huge gains, so let’s take a look at some of the options for optimization.