One thing every investing authority agrees on is the importance of diversification.
It is a major mistake to have all your investments in one stock.
.Yes, even as a 38-year old I still have a 15+ year horizon
galeno wrote:..Just have to decide on the bonds allocation, thinking 30%, with 50% total stock index, 20% total INT index.>>
"One percentage point of excess return is priceless; one point of additional standard deviation is meaningless." -- Jack Bogle
It looks like Fidelity could raise the fees on their total market fund from .05 to .07 in April 2015. Should I be concerned?
I'm still deciding what my asset allocation should be.
"The five ascending levels of intellect are: smart, intelligent, brilliant, genius, simple." -- Albert Einstein
I hope I loosen up in retirement years or else my kids will gladly spend it:-)
abuss368 wrote:Why not just simply use a strategy of "equal location ?"
What we should be trying to do is simplify, simplify, simplify.