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Subject: Retirement goal Date: 12/21/1999 4:16 PM
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I've currently retired and my wife will join me in a year or two. We have approxamently $500,000 in the stock market with about 60% in tech and computer stocks.Am I wise in staying with these volatile companys or should I be a little more conservative? We don't need the money to live on>

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