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|Subject: Re: Is my money in the wrong place?||Date: 12/16/2007 6:43 AM|
|Author: hockeypop||Number: 60421 of 82314|
I didn’t check you other posts to see what else you have, but eventually it would be good to have maybe 20 to 30 % of your stock holdings in an international index fund for more diversification.
I agree with Watty. A good, long Vanguard Retirement Fund might be a more diversified way to plan for your future.
Then tell the relatives YOUR advisor's picks has been shown to beat 85% of all others over the long-term and at least one of his picks makes the WSJ best fund picks almost every week in every market. Then ask them to compare costs. :)
I've solved that problem with relatives, and people rarely ask me back to parties.
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