2013 is nearing its end, bringing another 12 month stretch for our customized ETFdb Portfolios to a close. Our list of more than 40 all-ETF portfolios slices and dices the market for investors of varying time ranges and risk aversion. Some may be focused on those retiring in the foreseeable future, while others are focused on much more aggressive strategies for those who can handle a bit more risk [sign up for a free trial here].
Below, we break down the best and worst performing ETFdb Portfolios for 2013 to see how our allocation mixes stacked up against this year’s impressive bull-run, which saw SPY turn in its best annual performance in a decade.
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