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BlackRock calls the 60/40 portfolio model outdated.Photo: Lucia Buricelli for The Wall Street Journal By The best-known names in asset management and investment banking are taking opposite sides in the debate over the classic way of building a portfolio—60% stocks and 40% bonds—after a disastrous performance for

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