How to invest beyond stocks and bonds

When you think about your portfolio and it?s components, what items come to mind? Your stocks, bonds and mutual funds, naturally, whether they?re in a 401(k) or a discretionary account. No doubt you think about company stock if you have it (a new piece of research from Fidelity says 10% of employees who have this benefit consider it more important than their 401(k).)? And perhaps you consider investments that you?ve made ? angel style ? in start-up companies, or rental properties that provide you with ancillary income.? These all fall under the uber-heading of ?Investments,? with a capital I.

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