The Need for Multi-Asset Portfolios To Buffer Geopolitical Risks

With talk talk on trade from the White House, a new national security advisor and a new WH economic advisor in place, and general instability in the financial markets, what are the pros and cons of shifting to a multi-asset investment portfolio of 60% stocks, 40% bonds, with a good blend of international stocks and funds included in the mix? That’s what one portfolio manager is advising right now – is it a good idea? Why or why not? Or, should U.S. investors keep pouring money into stocks which has been a winning strategy for the past decade? All comments welcome. Requirements: Stock market experts, portfolio managers, money managers, market risk experts, international investment experts, economic experts, investors.