When I started investing, I thought I'd be actively investing until I died. Lately, it seems too much like work and when I retire, I definitely don't want to be working. Instead of hiring a manager, I'm planning on switching to mutual funds and ETFs. The only work will be determining asset allocation and annual re-balancing. For asset allocation, I found this book:http://www.amazon.com/Investment-Answer-Protect-Financial-eb...It confirmed a lot of what I already knew and offered several asset allocation scenarios. My plan is to start converting my portfolio over the next several years, once I decide which funds to invest in. After retirement, it will be on cruise control with maybe a small pot for individual investments. No manager involved in this (except the fund managers).
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