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for Ethereal

Congratulations on starting so young. The marvels of compound growth can work for you that much longer, so that you can retire either younger or richer or maybe both.

At age 60, my advice would probably be too conservative for you. For me, there is no appeal in trying to beat the market, so I invest mostly in a passively-managed, minimal fee, no load S&P Index fund from Vanguard. There are many sources to explain how people decide to use indexing. Here's one:
http://www.aicpa.org/pubs/jofa/jan2000/swedroe.htm

Best regards,

Chips
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