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    #46
    One to three low cost index funds and one cash fund with suitable diversification to meet your age and risk tolerance.

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      #47
      Originally posted by Ima saver View Post
      I would be too scared to put that much money in the stock market all at one time, in one stock. I believe I would pick out a good mutual fund, and dollar cost average into it, a month at a time. I would keep the balance in one of the saving accounts paying 4.5%. and then add $5000-10,000 a month into that good mutual fund!
      Wait, what? Where can you find a savings account paying 4.5%?

      Oh.. never mind, this thread is old.. back when interest rates used to at least outpace inflation.
      Last edited by UnknownXV; 09-09-2012, 03:57 AM.

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        #48
        Real estate. I would throw it at our duplex (we live in), then I would only have a $40,000 left on the loan. I'd have it paid off in 3 years. Then I would have $14400 a year to invest in more real estate
        Last edited by DebtFree&Broke; 09-24-2012, 09:47 AM.

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          #49
          I would be too scared to put that much money in the currency markets all at once, in one inventory. I believe I would pick out a excellent common finance, and dollar cost average into it, monthly at once. I would keep the balance in one of the saving accounts paying 4.5%. and then add $5000-10,000 monthly into that excellent common fund!

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            #50
            Old Thread

            Most of this thread is very old...2005

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