Is there anyone out there who has successfully arranged their portfolio to provide themselves with enough income to live on (very comfortably) after retirement?I am 28 and figure that if I'm going to do this, now would be a good time since I have time on my side.I'm interested in knowing the best way to buy stock(or REITS or bonds, or whatever is best)in order to have a steady flow of income by the time I am 50, I know that is early, but the plan is to retire early and then at 59 and a half, have an IRA and/or 401k kick in that will provide me with even more income. I have approxmately 200 a month to invest and possibly more in some cases. I would appreciate any input from folks who are aware of any good strategies to make this happen. Feel free to email me privately. Queenerica@hotmail.com.
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