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|Subject: Re: Late life retirement investing||Date: 7/26/2010 3:54 PM|
|Author: Rayvt||Number: 67374 of 82027|
That being said, I think one of the first and most important decisions that I need to make is asset allocation. Given his financial situation, do you have any recommendations on how I should allocate his assets (feel free to recommend specific funds)?
Here's some useful links:
FundAdvice.com: "The ultimate buy-and-hold strategy"
The original link has disappeared. Luckily I downloaded a copy of the paper, so I was able to UL it to my mediafire account.
2 page synopsis of "Asset Class Performance is Unpredictable"
These papers have suggestions for asset classes. They discuss more than just the allocations, though.
Guyton/Klinger Decision Rules.
As far a specific funds----- fundadvice has an article with a number of candidates. I started with his list and made my picks primarily on the lowest ER among similar funds.
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