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Re: Buying ETF's in Euro to create Ray Dalios Allweather fund allocation

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Yes, because they have the best ETF's with lowest expense ratio. I see there might be currency risk i'm not sure how to handle this though. I have my income in CHF (live in CH). The yearly profit/loss rate is my main interest so whatever currency is safest i would go with. Hedging against a currency is likely going to reduce return significantly. What do you suggest? Thanks!
I gave you my suggestion... not that I expect for a minute that you would follow it. You are missing the critical point, it is asset allocation that accounts for the major part of the return not the picking of the instruments. That is why I suggested you bone up on asset allocation.
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