NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- We're five years removed from the financial collapse of 2008, but it has altered the investment decisions for many. TheStreet's Brittany Umar is with Mark Hamilton, chief investment officer of asset allocation at Oppenheimer Funds, discussing portfolio strategies.The common rule calls for investors to subtract their age from the number 100, and allocate that percentage to stocks. So for example, if an investor is 40, he would allocate 60% of his portfolio to equities.
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