Over the last 15 years, a troubling trend has emerged in the financial markets.

Bucking their financial advisors' guidance to use time-tested "buy and hold" approaches as well as proven balance and diversification strategies, some impetuous investors have been increasing their risk exposure simply by pivoting from one asset class to another. At the same time, they are going "all in" every time they pivot to a new asset class. Why all this changing? The search for higher returns, of course.

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