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|Subject: Porfolio Diversification||Date: 11/19/1998 9:39 PM|
|Author: joew3||Number: 6681 of 81316|
Any thoughts (or experience) with how to split up an IRA for Income Production and of course Capital Preservation?
Something about $450K in size. My first thought was to put the whole thing in either FF or HY10. But, I am not too sure if that is a good idea.
I ran a bunch of tests through a spreadsheet (with FF and HY10 returns) using a number of different starting years to get an idea how various time periods affected the bottom line and most looked pretty good.
But I am still not sure if a single approach for the entire portfolio is Foolish.
Thanks for any input.
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