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I have a company 401K and will rollover all existing funds to a Rollover IRA. For folks retiring in several years allocation charts (Fidelity, web, Fool etc.) recommend 30-50% in safe low risk investments such as Bonds, Money Markets, cash.

In addition to my Rollover I have other investments: Silver (bars) IRA and ROTH and purchased (value now 2X) beach front property on a foreign (well-known) tropical island. Both of these are about 40% (50/50) of my total assets.

How should these additional assets be considered when allocating my IRA funds?

Should I still follow the low risk allocation rule 30-50%?

Would investing 100% (Ever Lasting Stocks portfolio) be considered reckless/high risk even with the other assets I own?

I would appreciate any advise you can provide.

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