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Business, 12.11.2019 10:31, lnr919

Which type of portfolio might a young investor who is not afraid of risk choose?
a. a portfolio of with a high percentage of stocks b. a portfolio with a high percentage of conservative mutual funds c. a portfolio that is mostly cash d. a portfolio with a high percentage of treasury bonds.

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