NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- For years, institutional investors followed standard strategies. Institutions maintained static portfolios, keeping 60% of assets in stocks and most of the rest in fixed income. The approach worked beautifully in the 1990s, but it has produced skimpy results in the past decade.Now more advisers are challenging the traditional thinking. Among the more interesting dissenters is Tim Knepp, chief investment officer of Genworth Financial Advisors, who oversees $7 billion in assets.
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