Everything You’ve Ever Wanted To Know About 401(k) Plans

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You can be an aggressive or conservative investor

“Let’s define what it means to be aggressive and conservative. When we say that, really what we’re talking about is how much you have allocated to stocks and how much you have allocated to bonds. So, if you have a seventy or eighty percent of your portfolio allocated to stocks, that’s more aggressive than if it’s seventy or eighty percent allocated to bonds.”

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