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You may actually want to reject this investing advice from Bogle and Buffett

  • That's broken down between 9.8 percent in developed overseas markets and 5.8 percent in emerging markets stocks.
  • "Given the high value of the present U.S. market, especially with most all the good political news priced into this market, with little of possible bad news, having all your equity money in the United States doesn't feel so safe versus having broader direct international diversification," McCarthy said.
  • The S&P 500 is trading at about 21 times trailing earnings, Siracusano said, compared with a 15 to 16 times earnings multiple in international developed markets, and a 13 to 14 times earnings multiple in emerging markets.
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