NEW YORK — 2013 was a great year for the average investor, but few market strategists believe that 2014 will be anywhere near as good. The simple strategy of buying US stocks, selling bonds, and staying out of international markets isn’t going to work as well as it has, they say.
Some of Wall Street’s biggest money managers have come up with a few resolutions to help your retirement portfolio have a good year:
Curb your expectations. Keep your eye on valuation. Don’t get caught up in the euphoria. Don’t panic, either. Cut your exposure to bonds. Your stock market alternative in 2014 is . . . stocks. Study abroad. Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.