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I'd like to point out that I am part of TMF Canuck's Sit on your Ass investing club. Yet, now I am coming to an impasse. Is there anywhere where I can get some guidance on portfolio management when I'm not adding vast amounts to my portfolio kitty. I was thinking about making it like a retirement portfolio, but I'm 25 and have six figures. Of course, back in the states I doubt I'll be able to put 5K in a year when currently I am putting it in 5K a month. I know that you guys can't tell me how to monitor my portfolio, but can you point me into a direction on where I can.


fatdiesel-

It will be a pleasure to welcome you back home. Your question is really difficult to answer. I think that the Fool could do a better job of thinking in terms of holistic portfolio management. We're hopeful that we will add something here.

By the same notion, I think that Canuck's club is a rather great one to be in. I have never believed in the notion of portfolio allocation and consistent balancing -- felt too much like pulling the plants and watering weeds. It's important to recognize that your best earning years are ahead of you, and that on a day-by-day basis, that you're not really REQUIRED to do anything to manage your portfolio. Great companies have a tendency to take care of themselves.

Bill Mann
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