Barron's raises concerns we've addressed here previously.
Successful people are best able to adapt.
Prepare ahead of time in case your hand is ever forced.
We can't control the outputs but we can control the inputs.
It's probably not wrong but don't get bogged down by making it overly complex.
It all comes back to optionality.
Selling out now wouldn't be panic but it'd still be a lousy idea.
Contingency planning is not preparing for what can go right.
The tug of war between having enough and the death of the 4% rule.
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