Re: 58, retired 3 years
Sounds like a great approach, a decent plan (both the investments and desiring to RE) and some luck with timing. Others here may offer some ways to spice up a portfolio with REITs commodities and the like but you have a terrific base already and some would say not to change a thing (JG doesn't own stocks, just bonds and real estate, others might say "stay with the horse you rode in on".) If you have a large portfolio then the tax free munis sound good, I do not know much about them, portfolio too small :P
But if you can live on about 4% of your portfolio you should be doing pretty well. And as you are relatively young (by the standard calculators) having some stocks or inflation adjusted investments are a good idea.
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