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|Subject: Re: Is a 70/30 split ok for 33 yr old - coffeeho||Date: 1/16/2004 7:41 PM|
|Author: cliff666||Number: 38596 of 82324|
The standard is a 60/40 split, but since I'm 33 I thought I might go 10% more aggressive.
Anyone think this is unreasonable or a bad idea? I can always rebalance.
At your age, I would be 100% equities, except for an emengency fund. You are likely some years away from beginning to draw down the principal, and it should all be in the best growth area, equities.
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