If you don't have a strategy in place for your portfolio, think long and hard before putting additional money into the market. In short, a coherent strategy is essential to ensure that your portfolio accomplishes its long-term goal.
With this in mind, Fool contributor John Maxfield lays out in the following video one simple strategy that virtually any investor can use to boost returns.
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