My first impression is - way too many positions. Then I remembered - I'm the guy who evacuated Katrina with 40+ DRIP plans in file cabinets.
So - plan wise - if you have no problem with this many - what's the management plan
- take the dividends, let your winners run, maybe harvest a few tax losses along the way as the years roll by?
BTY - I'm in the core and explore school - 75% Target Retirement and I got Drips whipped down to 20+ with more positions to close out - I ran handgrenade roughly 40/60 - 40% divs/60% non cola pension first ten yrs - now in my 60's starting to tap IRA.
So - if you feel up to following that many positons - go for it.
One caution - be prepared for the interest cycle sensitive ones to give you some mental angst from time to time.
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