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Asset Allocation: How much money should I have in stocks, bonds, etc.? - Ask a Fool

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In today's edition of "Ask a Fool" someone poses a question to our retirement guru Robert Brokamp "Asset allocation, how much of my portfolio should be in stocks, fixed income, etc?". Rob provides a few retirement rules of thumb about how investors should adjust their portfolio as they age to match both their risk tolerance and investment goals. He provides a few no-nonsense portfolio allocation strategies you can apply for years to come.
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Text Comments (2)
F B (3 months ago)
Raising interest rates kill bonds. This is a complex question
justin johnson (3 years ago)
i dont have any money

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