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Archive of entries posted on 28th July 2020

How to muddle through an “opportunistic” investment strategy. What should your “allocation” be?

Allocation is what they write books about and learned financial advisers opine on. At my age (78), they say I should be 78% (or so) in bonds, which interest I will “need” to pay my living expenses. But bonds today pay nothing. And even I can’t live on nothing. If I buy stocks with a […]