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Actually the money belongs to my wife and I (separate accounts) and some of the money is in 401K/IRAs. I just on't like to type. We have done very well on our investments over the last 20 something years.
I am just getting paranoid about the market. I got paranoid a couple of times before and pulled them into T-bills just as things went south, so we have never suffered a big loss in the last 2 "downturns". I'm getting that feeling again...too much of a good thing type.
I will be 60 this year, and don't have time to catch up if I do badly.

Thanks for your advice.
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