I wrote a couple weeks ago about the right stock/bond mix before and during retirement.  

Another good article appeared in the WSJ this past week that is also worth reading on the same subject.

The concept of reducing your stock exposure slowly as you age is being questioned.  Perhaps it’s better to have a lot less stock just before and early into retirement, but then increase the stock portion as retirement goes on.

I think this is a much more intelligent way to think about retirement planning and should be reiterated.

Nothing in this blog should be considered investment, financial, tax, or legal advice. The opinions, estimates and projections contained herein are subject to change without notice. Information throughout this blog has been obtained from sources believed to be accurate and reliable, but such accuracy cannot be guaranteed.

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