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Investors that stick with stocks will be rewarded

edited June 27 in Fund Discussions
https://m.washingtontimes.com/news/2020/jun/27/investors-that-stick-with-stocks-will-be-rewarded-/


Investors that stick with stocks will be rewarded illustration by The Washington Times
By Peter Morici - - Saturday, June 27, 2020:

The challenges imposed by social distancing in businesses and telecommuting leave little doubt the economy will be radically different going forward, but for ordinary investors — saving for retirement and college tuition — stocks remain the cornerstone of a sound strategy.

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  • edited June 28
    VTI/SPY performance was higher than BND in the last 10-20-30 years. Nothing new. What is going to be in the next 10-20 years? probably the same.
    That was easy.
    If you don't care about volatility then you should be in 100% stocks, in fact, you should take a margin, interactive brokers charge only 1.5% on $300K(link)

    So, why do you need bonds? for ballast. Many retirees who accumulate a large portfolio and need a low withdrawal rate (think under 3%) could invest a large % in bonds if they like a lower volatility portfolio.
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