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* Put the amount of money that you need from your investments to live on
for that period from your portfolio into something liquid and safe, such as a
money market fund.

I agree with your overall point.

If the above reserve runs for several years I would lean toward investing in bonds (not bond funds) with a laddered maturity. Could also use CD's.
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