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Subject: Bond funds? Date: 1/31/2002 8:12 AM
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Hi, I'm wondering how to invest this year's IRA and would like input on bond funds. I've got $70,000 in diversified stock funds (smallcap, midcap, SP500 index, International, conservative and growth domestic funds) and a $17,000 annuity. Also a good pension. I'm 41 now and probably will remain single. Would a bond fund would give me more stability? If so, what kind? I don't plan to withdraw the money for 25 years. Thanks.
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