Re: Pre Retirement Investing
I'd pick a low cost target retirement fund corresponding to whatever risk level I was comfortable with (perhaps one that is much "farther out" than the actual retirement year given your COLAd pension). Or maybe go all in for stocks, with 80% total market and 20% international.
I'd set up an automatic electronic deposit twice a month.
Then I'd ignore it for 11 years.
San Francisco Area
ESR'd March 2010. FIRE'd January 2011.
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