In this book, he proposed an all-weather portfolio as follows:
30 percent stocks
15 percent in seven- to 10-year Treasuries
40 percent in 20- to 25-year Treasuries
7.5 percent in gold
7.5 percent in commodities
The famous investment columnist Barry Ritholtz had a big issue with this portfolio. He pointed out two major problems with this portfolio. Furthermore, Barry proposed a classic portfolio as a better alternative, and is willing to bet $100,000 that his classic portfolio will outperform Tony Robbins' all-weather portfolio with a 20-year time horizon.
In next blog post, we will show the 2 problems associated with this all-weather portfolio.