A home and investment portfolio are two of the most important family assets. There are also many similarities between a well-constructed portfolio and a well-constructed home.

Both are built on solid foundations guided by time-tested fundamental principles. In addition, they both feature characteristics that are tailored to the owner’s specific needs and desires. This report reviews the fundamental guiding principles of a well-constructed portfolio.


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