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Conservative And Aggressive Investing

Godsmirror

Registered Member
Do you think it's possible, or practical, to do both at the same time? Like putting money aside that yields a small return, waiting until that reaches a certain amount, then putting a portion of that into a more aggressive program? Like mutual funds for example?
 

MiketheGrinder

Registered Member
Do you think it's possible, or practical, to do both at the same time? Like putting money aside that yields a small return, waiting until that reaches a certain amount, then putting a portion of that into a more aggressive program?
Yep, it's age old advice to balance your portfolio this way, but I've been unable to find a conservative vehicle that yields a return at all once fees are taken out. Have you had any luck?
 
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