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Return Stacking: The Best Portfolio Strategy You've Never Heard Of (Part 1, PSLDX)

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  • Return stacking allows you to get exposure to $1.00 of assets without putting up $1.00 in cash.
  • This means you can build a more diversified portfolio than you could otherwise and get a higher return for the same level of risk.
  • PSLDX is a fund you can use to execute this strategy with only a few clicks of a mouse.
  • Other ETFs you can return stack with, which I will cover more in depth in future pieces.
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