by Steven I. Levey
Most asset allocation programs are based on the theories of Harry Markowitz, who is considered the grandfather of modern portfolio theory and the efficient frontier. In 1952, Professor Markowitz published a formal model of portfolio selection embodying diversification principles, which earned him a Nobel Prize for economics in 1990.
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