My existing Mod. Alloc. funds have been disappointing me for too many years (not just returns wise), therefore, I am considering reallocating those dollars. I want solid returns but not overly volatile for this class. In other words, excelent risk/reward returns and good downside protection is preferred.
I'm looking to mitigate some of the volatility that my portfolio has. This down-turn has exposed some imbalances.
These dollars are in an Fido Brokerage IRA so C/G concerns are zero! I also have about a 10-15 year time frame, thus this is a long-term investment!
I've come across of few possible candidates, such as:
MBEAX/MBEYX (AMG Chicago Equity Partners)
RPBAX (TRowe Price Bal.)
JABAX (Janus Bal.)
FBALX (Fido Bal.)
and a couple of others.
Any thoughts on these funds or other suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you, Matt