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Subject: Re: How to get Foolish with nest egg. Date: 8/18/1997 6:57 PM
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Greetings, crrroger, and welcome to Fooldom.

<<What do you think?? I don't have decades and decades to generate millions and millions but I do have one decade left before I will need to start tapping my nest egg. Does my plan sound reasonable and suited to my purposes? Comments or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.>>

I agree with rayvt. I don't think you need separate accounts to implement your plan. I also think if you have enough cash ($4K or so per portfolio at a minimum), your monthly strategy will work. But I, being lazy, prefer to go with quarterly myself.

You were talking about the Foolish Four, but Ray pointed out his method also includes the UV strategies as well. That, too, will work. As to the 18 month holding period, as far as the FF goes, TMFDowman & crew are still running the numbers to see if 12 or 18 months is better. I'm told they will publish the numbers in about two or three weeks, so keep watching for them.

Regards.......Pixy
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