A more conservative portfolio you’ll actually stick with is better in the long run than the more aggressive portfolio that you’ll abandon (often at the worst possible time). Tim Maurer talks risk tolerance on CNBC’s Closing Bell.
This commentary originally appeared January 4 on CNBC.com
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