About 2 years ago, I blogged about setting up a passive portfolio of 70% stocks and 30% bonds and wondered if it could be the worst time to invest. I updated the status of the portfolio a year later in Possibly The Worst Time to Invest – A Year On. In fact, I believe that nothing should stop us from investing and I initiated a second, more spicy passive portfolio last year. You can read more about it in The Anti-Fragile Portfolios. In the 13 months since the last post, the stock market underwent 2 major turbulences, first in Aug last year and second in Jan this year. It seemed to prove that last year was indeed a bad time to invest. Yet, the 2 passive portfolios, which were designed to rebalance themselves whenever the asset allocation exceeds the target allocation by 8%, soundly slept through both turbulences, blissfully ignorant …