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Subject: Aggressive Portfolio Date: 10/9/2010 2:19 PM
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Opinions please :D

I have 1,100$ invested and growing by about 200-250$ a month. Im currently Invested in "AGF Emerging Markets Fund" and "Dynamic Focus Plus Resource Fund" im just wondering what other aggressive 20-30 yr olds are doing?

Im just wondering what your portfolios look like and what your goals are per month?

I want to retire on with 80,000$ a year at age 55, and im 24 now. Am I on track? What would I need to change? I also intend on buying stock advisor when I get my investable assets up to around 10,000$ and I invest 100% of all tax returns GST/Income etc (I'm Canadian) and im my investments are in A Tax Free Savings Account.

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