I love the simplicity of having an all VT portfolio. However, I am always very interested in alternative investing approaches.
Hedgefundie’s adventure really fits the bill here (HEDGEFUNDIE's excellent adventure Part II: The next journey - Bogleheads.org). The leveraged portfolio consists of 55% UPRO (3x S&P 500) and 45% TMF (3x 20 Year Treasury bills).
What I find particuarly interesting about this portfolio apart from its returns is the fact that it has a very low market correlation in comparison to VT and also very good sharpe ratios.
Does anyone in this forum have some experience with this? Any thoughts? For me I am considering allocating 5-10% to it and then rebalance quarterly.
One important consideration is access to US-ETFs so I am waiting on the access situation to clear up a bit.