GIVEAWAY: A Copy of “7Twelve – A Diversified Investment Portfolio with a Plan”

I’m excited about this giveaway, which is a copy of Craig Israelsen’s “7Twelve: A Diversified Investment Portfolio with a Plan.” I wrote about the book recently (here) and I posted an interview with Dr. Israelsen. I would recommend you read both posts and then, if you think you would like a chance to win a copy of the book, leave a comment below. Please remember my two rules:

1. You must be a resident of the U.S. or Canada.

and…

2. You can only enter one time.

The winner will be announced on Monday morning. Good luck.

46 thoughts on “GIVEAWAY: A Copy of “7Twelve – A Diversified Investment Portfolio with a Plan””

  1. Okay, I’m hooked. With the correlation coefficients of so many asset classes going to +1.0 these days, it’s time I looked at broader asset diversification. Please consider me for the giveaway.

  2. I’m in also…I’d like to see more about the methodology and the backtesting results he mentioned

  3. I want to know what investments his asset classes are based on. Is this in the book? Hope to win and find out.

  4. I was just recently turned onto your website, I really like everything I’ve read so far. I’d love a copy of the book!

  5. I’d be interested in the book. I read about his 7/12 portfolio a little over 1 year ago from a Financial Planning magazine.

  6. The interview gives enough helpful points that the book will be outstanding for the serious investor. Investing is not a game but a means to an end. Having a clear cut plan on achieving your goals is more than half the battle of succeeding.

  7. Appears to be another “couch potato” portfolio model with academia research. Hopefully this hands-off approach catches on.

  8. I have heard good things from you and others about this “safe” philosophy. How much would it have lost if you started it 3 years ago?

  9. I’m currently putting together an asset allocation plan for my portfolio so the advice offered in this book would be much appreciated!

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