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Again, *IF* you are able to invest 100% in stocks and *IF* you hold for the long term.

Strong words. Perhaps just if you have an opportunity for a better investment. Would you want to still be holding Polaroid ?

Why the attitude? I'm just pointing out that if you have an asset allocation of 60/40 stocks/bonds, and you keep your money that would otherwise pay off the mortgage in the mix with the rest, then you're overall return on the money won't be that of a 100% stock allocation.
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