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his is confusing.
Maybe you should just take a little across the board...
And then treat re-balancing as a whole separate issue?


Set things up so you make enough in dividends and interest to cover as much of your life style as possible, preferably all of it of course. Don't forget to include your social security in the calculations (if you feel that social security will not be done away with by the govt.)

Adjust your standard of living to accomplish the things that you can afford to accomplish.
Ted
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