by David John Marotta | 02-22-2017
A gone-fishing portfolio has a limited number of investments with a balanced asset allocation that should do well with dampened volatility. Its primary appeal is simplicity. But a secondary virtue is that it avoids the worst mistakes of the financial services industry. This year I limited myself to nine Vanguard mutual funds adding one fund from 2016's Vanguard calculator . For each fund I have included the ticker symbols for both the Institutional share class and the Admiral share class.
See the calculator here: http://www.marottaonmoney.com/marottas-2017-vanguard-gone-fishing-portfolio-calculator/
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