This was a good year for dumb money.
Strategies that bought and held bland portfolios of stocks were the way to go in order to take advantage of this year's ferocious bull market, according to the Wall Street Journal
One of the products noted by WSJ
writers Tomi Kilgore and Tom Lauricella was the $3.9 billion Invesco's PowerShares S&P 500 Low Volatility Portfolio
, which generated 20% returns in 2013.
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