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I'm starting to think about restructuring my portfolio from primarily growth-oriented to more of a preservation/income stance. I'm not planning any immediate changes -- still got some time until retirement. But I've got to start learning now if I ever expect to make intelligent decisions.

Has anybody read the book "The Only Guide to a Winning Bond Strategy You'll Ever Need" by Larry Swedroe and Joseph Hempen? I seriously doubt its the only guide I'll ever need, but it got a recommendation from the personal finance writer on my local paper today. And there are a few positive reviews on Amazon. It sounds like it might be a place to start.

Any recommendations (for or against) from the members of this board?

-- Bob

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