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Old 10-01-2013, 04:23 PM   #1
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When I use all years available on the "Your Portfolio" tab, my current FIRE plans out at over 95% (Jan 2015). When I change the years on the "Your Portfolio" tab to exclude the great depression (only use 1940 and after), I end up with 100%. If I then move my FIRE date to today, I am still at 100%. The way I am reading this, I could retire today unless another great depression hits. Does that sound right? What years have the rest of you included on your FireCalc settings for portfolio returns?
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