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Author: TMFPixy Big gold star, 5000 posts Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 75381  
Subject: Re: _Die Broke_ by Stephen M. Pollan Date: 12/5/1997 7:26 AM
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Trini209,

<<I did a search on "Retiree Portfolios" and came up with exactly 3 messages - Stephen M. Pollan's, TMFPixy's, and mine - all dated yesterday and today. Now what?>>

Plus your previous:

<<TMFPixy wrote:<Look under the thread "Retiree Portfolios" in this folder and you'll find a whole grouping of messages on this topic where we outline a number of theories.>

This is a subject dear to my heart and I just searched the boards for "Retiree Portfolios" and came up emptyhanded. The Fools have gotten so big that it's gotten awfully hard to find my way around in here! Can you give me a little further help finding any messages on this topic?>>

My apologies. It's actually a series of 23 separate posts dated 8/28/97 under the subject "Retiree Portfolio." Note there is no "s" and they are separate messages. I found the easiest way for me to get there was to use the "Skip" window and the "<<" button to go backwards in the folder until I got to 8/28 and the topic I wanted. There might be an easier way by changing the customized settings as to how message listings are displayed, but due to computer/software illiteracy I couldn't figure it out.

Regards……Pixy

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