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This is the place that you can ask Sean about things like: former portfolio positions, questions about this site, how to become a subscriber, questions about investing, etc.

This is the place that you can ask Sean about things like: former portfolio positions, questions about this site, how to become a subscriber, questions about investing, etc.

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Prosper
Prosper

Sean, when I do a search for a pick (DO for instance, to see if I should average down) it shows the comments to be locked. Why, and how do I access them? Thanks

Dwellingwithinme
Dwellingwithinme

Hey Sean.was wondering when I can convert my retirement back into somewhat aggressive again? It was converted into nonaggressive when I had Ultimate Wealth Report per your suggestion. Been patient because I know the market can be so unpredictable. Would you inform us when to switch back? If so, I would appreciate it if you can put it in your article. Finding time to read you article is easier for me then the video, since I print out the article and red it at my leisure.

Sean Hyman
Sean Hyman

Editor

Thanks, I'm glad you like the new format. Sorry for just seeing this post. In the future, if you're respond in the Conversation area of the site, I'll be able to see it sooner and give you a more timely response. In good times (stock markets that aren't overvalued), we tend to have 20-25 positions. But as you know, we're in an overvalued stock market. Right now, it's a balancing act between building up enough positions for diversification's sake and still having enough cash left over for when the market corrects/crashes and provides even more deep values. So in a touchy environment like this (overvalued stock market), it would be better to err to having too much cash on the sidelines than too little. As far as how many positions, I can't say for sure. We could establish a few more positions or so. But you'll want to keep some cash sidelined specifically for the massive stock market correction or crash that's coming.

Chas2008
Chas2008

I like your new LI setup. Taking a little getting used to it but keep learning. My question on the even distribution to all funds is easy but what is your goal as to how many funds do you plan on having in the portfolio? Basic math $100,000/20=$5000 in each.

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