ArborInvestmentPlanner.com Announced its' Real-Time Model Portfolio is at Another All-Time Record High

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ArborInvestmentPlanner.com announced the Arbor Asset Allocation Model Portfolio (AAAMP) hit another new all-time high this past week. The portfolio lost 2.0% last year and is up 113% for the decade. The AAAMP annual performance record is available at: http://www.blog.ArborInvestmentPlanner.com/?page_id=141.

Investment management online newsletter ArborInvestmentPlanner.com announced the Arbor Asset Allocation Model Portfolio (AAAMP) has hit multiple all-time highs since May as the market rises, and has a 113% gain for the decade. Chief Investment Officer Ken Faulkenberry states "the AAAMP has been able to accomplish this achievement because of its' conservative asset allocation and steadfast belief in not losing big in down markets. A bear market loss of 10% only requires an 11% gain to breakeven, while a 50% loss requires a 100% gain to breakeven". The AAAMP kept its' loss to 2% last year, preserving investment capital for appreciation this year.

The AAAMP is sent to Arbor Investment Planner subscribers who, by following the model, can achieve diversification thru proper asset allocation. Trade alerts, updates, reminders, and special reports keep subscribers updated and flexible as economic and market conditions change.

The Arbor Investment Planner, along with its' Blog, is dedicated to helping investors manage their own money. Their free investment Blog includes investment articles, money management tips, investment proverbs, and links to conservative web sites for research and investment information. Mr. Faulkenberry pointed out "with con artists and Triple A institutions going bankrupt it is wise to manage your own portfolio. Investors who lack the time, resources, or knowledge to place individual investments in a properly diversified asset allocated portfolio can subscribe to a service such as the Arbor Investment Planner".

Investment Blog: http://www.blog.ArborInvestmentPlanner.com.

More information on the AAAMP: http://www.ArborInvestmentPlanner.com.

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