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New guy on the block. Are the RYR portfolios set 'm 'n forget'm? I'm aware of the rebalancing requirement, but I was wondering if there's any periodic changes to the investment mix, or do you simply maintain the initial lineup forever? I'm looking for a low maintenance retirement portfolio (I've been retired for 5 years) that doesn't require a lot of active, hands on monitoring and adjusting. Like the so called "Gone Fishin' Portfolio". Are the RYR portfolios of the same genre?
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You probably want to post this in the RYR specific forums, since it's a pay feature and most of the people here don't know what's in them.
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There is no such thing as a "set and forget" portfolio. Or, more accurately, there is but do not expect superior results. People who know what they are doing re-examine everything regularly.
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Dont; know anything about the RYR portfolio's but its sounds like Scott Burns - Couch Potatoe Investing - http://assetbuilder.com/couch_potato/couch_potato_cookbook

might interest you.

Or Bill Schultheis's Coffe House Investor
http://www.coffeehouseinvestor.com/coffeehouse-cafe/

Investigate for yourself.

Regards, JAFO
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