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Old 25-03-2019, 01:06 PM   #1113
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I stumbled upon this super informative thread a couple of weeks ago and have been trying to read as much as I can. In the past I have been dabbling in stocks and now have a portfolio of some 40-45 counters - mainly in US and Singapore with a total value about 300K.

As I am now in early 50s I am thinking of selling it all and replacing it with the ETFs recommended here - MBH, ES3, IWDA and EIMI. I am thinking of selling my stock holdings over a period of 6 to 9 months and replacing them with the ETFs above (over the same time period) in the ratio 15-20-55-10 respectively. The objective is to make the portfolio 'safer' and hopefully generate predictable returns.

So the question for the experts here is:
  1. if this a reasonable strategy? If not what would you suggest?
  2. what is the best way to liquidate a stock portfolio (all at once or over 6/9/12 months)?
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