meowcat wrote:Actually, if the 1.5% advisor has her in 3 or more actively managed funds then it becomes almost a mathematical certainty that her portfolio will not outperform over a 20 year period.
nedsaid wrote:...You should not be 80% in stocks at age 66.
nisiprius wrote:I once went to some effort to get an actual quotation on a product from The Hartford ... seemingly a high premium and a stingy payout... it does give me the impression that longevity insurance may be problematical in some way.
snowman wrote:I was just responding to this comment of yours:
"I'm the sole U.S. based employee so it's kind of a special situation."