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VirginiaBob wrote:I kind of like seeing the same questions posed over and over again and the responses to further reinforce my knowledge.
nolax29 wrote:As a mix of three or four solid index funds but I may be wrong.
nolax29 wrote:I had not though about changing to target retirement funds that meet my desired AA. Seems like a very simple option and will be well diversified. Historically the returns are not as great though.
nolax29 wrote:I also have a Roth IRA with Vanguard in one fund the VTSAX
investor wrote:Beliavsky wrote:Johm221122 wrote:Does it meet your desired asset allocation?
If Wellesley is too risky for him, he can pair it with cash, and if it too safe, he can pair with the Vanguard Wellington fund.
Mel Lindauer wrote:I Bonds work well in both inflationary and deflationary periods. Since the composite rate on I Bonds can never go below 0%, the greater the rate of DEflation, the higher the REAL return will be.
hoops777 wrote:If one has 20000 a year to invest in tips or ibonds for a husband and wife which is the better choice?
riptide wrote:Steadfast wrote:Because of this:
Thank you for the link, it was helpful. I am stuggling to find my AA between 70 / 30 stock to bonds or 60/40 stocks to bonds.
bogleblitz wrote:My YTD porfolio is very close to 0% Oct 13th. i made nothing and lost nothing for 10 months.
75% stock/ 25% bond
66% US / 33% International