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Whether bonds or guaranteed certificates are appropriate depends in part on your timeframe, number of years to retirement, and whether you will have enough money at retirement time to not need to take any risk. For long periods, these instruments will underperform the stock market. For short periods, especially if it is your view that the stock market is currently overvalued and excessively risky, they may be fine. Chris
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