letsgobobby wrote:Yesterdaysnews wrote:I decided to go 100% stock in my portfolio after I paid off my house. Seems like a no brainer to me. House is kinda like a big bond anyways.
Though in a true crisis/left tail event pretty hard to rebalance from.
Doc wrote:Another approach to the same result is to buy a ten and roll it three times or some combination of the same. That way you don't lock in the low 1% yield for thirty years.
JohnnyFive wrote:Yet another investor (much smarter than the usual investor) who says it's ok to be 100% stocks. Who'd've thunk it?
heyyou wrote:"Who knows? Who cares?"
randomguy wrote:<snip>Can we have a worse decade than the 1929-1938, 1966-1975, or 2000-2009 and what are you odds of picking the worst 3 years out the last 90 to retire in?