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Prof. Ingo Walter's research on the investments of the wealthy is cited

Excerpt from Financial Times -- "Indeed, [the wealthy] even handled the crisis of 2008 somewhat worse than the average investor. That is the message from a study of the portfolios of 115 wealthy US households, with an average net worth of $90m, from 2000 to 2009, carried out by a group of academics including Enrichetta Ravina of Columbia Business School, Luis Viceira of Harvard University and Ingo Walter of New York University’s Stern School of Business."

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