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I want to begin an strategy thinking in my retirement 10 years ahead. I have 70.000 $ now to begin, and I plan to invest 1.000$ per month.
Thinking in The Motley Fool information, what strategy do you recommend?
Now I'm a subscriber in the trial period of the STOCK ADVISER but maybe I need to follow the INCOME INVESTOR (I think this is the same as BUY&HOLD strategy)?
Do you think I can built in 10 years a portfolio of stocks beginning with 70.000$ that can allow me to get a good cash flow from dividends when I'll begin my retirement? How much cash flow do you think I can get the day I retire 10 years ahead?
My doubt comes from when I watch the returns from 2002 (?) to now: Stock Adviser 136% vs. Income Investor 30% (in 10 years ???)<?i>

It would take some luck to make it in ten years with $70,000.

I'm not sure what the TMF Stock Advisor or Income Investor are. Back in the day, TMF used to warn against slick financial advisors that charge high fees for their products. I took their advice.
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