Greetings, all.I have been waiting for an opportune moment to arise so I could post a series of messages that first appeared in various folders on Fooldom's AOL site. These missives deal with the issue of investing after one is retired. I believe the interchange in these posts is a valuable source of information to be considered by those already retired or close to being so. The same topic recently arose in this folder. I believe the original AOL posts may add further enlightenment on the subject. Accordingly, the following 22 posts (or so) are placed here for future reference and to provoke additional discussion regarding this subject.DISCLAIMER NOTE: I am doing a "cut and paste" operation with these posts. Many contain spreadsheets, which were tough enough to get onto the AOL board. I don't know how this board will react, particularly since it likes to place arbitrary hard returns into unlikely places in a sentence. Therefore, if some of the columnar data looks strange, please be aware I tried my best. The strangeness will be be due to the wonderful technological age in which we live, not me. :-PRegards...........Pixy
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