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If you will live for X years after retirement and the estimated return for your investment portfolio
is 5% annually at that time, how will you decide your retirement plan? You should first think
about how many years you will live, how much money you will spend yearly after retirement,
and how your investment style is, such as risk averse or risk taking. Then, you set your
investment objective and decide your retirement age. Finally, try to form your portfolio by
selecting funds from either â€œFidelity 401(k) planâ€ or â€œHines 401(k) planâ€ and allocating your
assets, and to evaluate your possible returns and risk. There are no fixed rules for the choice of
your portfolio. However, you will not benefit by only investing in one or two funds.
Will your portfolio achieve your target by the age of retirement?