Rich people are getting richer and richer at an astonishing rate, but it’s only a matter of time before it’s all gone.

For the rich, there’s an argument for going all-in on a diversified portfolio and saving for a rainy day.

If you want to get in early, this article explains.

I’m a little late to the party, but there’s a lot of good news. 

There are some key points to consider: 1.

You need to be careful about your investments in particular asset classes. 

You can invest in stocks, bonds and other asset classes, but if you want an absolute minimum of 5 per cent of your assets in these asset classes (meaning your net worth is less than 5 per- cent of what you actually have), it’s best to hold off.

The key is to invest with a mix of equities and bonds that are diversified and have a strong return profile, but are also relatively cheap.

This can include holding an index fund in a high-yield bond market (like a US Treasury Bond Index), or a fixed income fund (like an equities fund) that tracks a basket of assets.

The goal is to diversify your portfolio to maximise returns, so if you can’t afford to buy stocks, you’ll want to stick with bonds.


The more diversified you are, the better. 

“Diversification” is a buzzword these days.

The idea that diversified investments are a must is a bit like “pumping and dumping” on a commodity market.

There’s nothing wrong with that, but the idea that the market has no idea what it’s buying and selling is a very bad idea.

It makes sense to try to diversise your portfolio, but don’t confuse it with “buying a lot at once”. 

For instance, if you buy a few shares in a company and then buy a large amount of stocks and bonds at once, it’ll only be possible to buy a small amount of shares and then sell them back. 

This is a huge mistake. 

If you do buy a lot, the total value of your portfolio will go up over time, and that means that the price of the shares will go down over time as well. 

The same holds true if you try to buy all of a company at once and then all of its bonds at the same time. 

When you buy large amounts of stock, you may have to sell them to make room for the more expensive shares, but you’ll have a bigger pile of stock in the end. 

In contrast, when you buy bonds, you’re guaranteed to get a decent return over the long-term.

The returns of a bond market fund will vary over time depending on a variety of factors, but in general, they will deliver better returns than a stock market fund.

 This explains why the stock market has been so successful for so long, even though there’s not much correlation between the prices of stocks, bond prices and inflation.


You should look for more diversification than just bonds. 

It’s very important to look at stocks, as they are a great place to start.

You can invest more in stocks than in bonds, but what about bonds? 

Bonds are generally more liquid and can be invested at a much lower cost.

The reason is that bond prices fluctuate quite a lot over time.

That means the interest rate paid on a bond is the same as on a stock. 

Bond investors who have diversified their portfolios by investing in stocks and bond funds will be able to get better returns, because the bond prices are always close to market values.

In addition, it’s also possible to get rich on bonds and buy lots of them.


There are no ‘one-size-fits-all’ diversification strategies. 

One of the things I’ve noticed with people investing their money is that they often have a hard time choosing the right strategy.

They look at a number of different strategies and end up investing the same asset classes that everyone else is doing.

For example, if I invest $5,000 a year in a fixed-income fund, I’m likely to invest a lot in bonds.

That’s OK, I can always diversify to the next best thing and buy more bonds.

But if I go all-out and buy stocks and do the same thing, I might end up buying more bonds and not diversifying much at all. 

To understand this better, I’ve created a simple spreadsheet with the top 10 diversified stocks (in descending order of market value) in the US. 5.

The key to investing is understanding your goals. 

There are two main reasons why you need to diversifiy: you want a balanced portfolio and you want the best return.

There’s also a third reason, which is that diversification helps you understand your goals better and is a way of getting