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Since you're an experienced stock investor, and I assume successful, you probably need little advice as far as where to put your money. However, I'll give you some tidbits. Most people around here suggest 3-5 years living expenses in cash/cash equivalants and invest the rest in stocks. That way, you've got the money available and no need to sell in a market downturn for living. Might want to read "You've Earned It, Don't Loose It" by Suze Orman. Has more to do with Estate Planning, etc, but worth the while.

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