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Motif's adjustable indices allow investors to weight bonds for better overall results.
The best (though expensive) strategy for Baby Boomers is to invest for income and cash flow globally through individual stocks and bonds.
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One company's tools could ignite a portfolio, but investors must be wary of too much power.