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I've been semi-foolish for years. Been very fortunate, saved and paid debt down. Health benefits are covered. I have a defined benefit retirement plan as well as a 401K. At 62, my wife and I can draw ~$50K without touching the 401K. I've been aggressive in my job but not in investing. As I near retirement, I'm considering getting aggressive with some of the 401K. I know the answer has to do with risk tolerance....are there other things to keep in mind?
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