Originally Posted by popowich
I'm 30 years from when I can touch my 401K.
Is there any reason not to have all of it in the lowest fee option the S&P500 equivalent if I can balance my overall portfolio with more gloabl like options in other vehicles such as my Roth IRA?
My Nephew lasted ten years until he listened to his Navy buddies and read Four Pillars.
I 'could' tell you don't read books, forget all that global crap, and when you get old, Pssst - Wellesley. but nobody listens to me and there is this hormone thing for which there is no cure - it is physically impossible to believe it is that simple. Resistance is futile - although kayaks 'might' offer hope as an alternate therapy.
heh heh heh - anywise he promised to keep his original core S&P while he goes on to wife, kids, house, 'other assets', etc.
BTW - in forty years I never followed my own advice - hindsight and 20/20 being what they are