"Taking the downside out of investing" (BusinessWeek Investor, July 29, 2002)
In "Taking the downside out of investing" (BusinessWeek Investor, July 29), a table incorrectly stated that $100,000 invested in a portfolio composed 80% of zero-coupon bonds and 20% of stocks would yield $100,000 in the event of a 10% market decline. The correct value is $118,000. The table also incorrectly stated that the same portfolio would be worth $100,000 if the market were to remain flat. In fact, the portfolio would be worth $120,000 under those circumstances.