I don't think you mentioned your investing styleWe're very aggressive, mainly index mutual funds in our 401k's with a little variety of funds thrown in if they seem to beat the market. I use municipal bond funds for emergency funds, but otherwise stay away from bonds. I plan on sticking with stock funds since that's what has worked the best in the past. I stayed the course during the 2000-2002 meltdown which, as you can see in my previous post, has paid off in the following years.I buy individual stocks here and there with some ups and downs. I've also done quite well with stock screens (Keystone100 & PEG26), though this is a fairly small portion of our portfolio.-murray
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