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<<There is no way you can determine the true safe withdrawal rate for most investment classes while adjusting for inflation. There are many reasons for this, but the main one is that you simply don't have enough information to do it. The only thing that you can calculate with any accuracy is an historical safe withdrawal rate for the various [combinations of] investment classes.

Does anyone disagree with the above statement ?>>

Yes. I disagree. It is untrue.


What part do you disagree with ? What would you change ?

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