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Design flaw

26 January 2009 By Martin Hutchinson

David Swensen’s Yale model of broad assetclass diversification, with a preference for illiquid assets, is untested in a big downturn. If illiquid assets become unsaleable, Yale model investors may be stuck with obsolete assets, underperforming more flexible strategies.

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