I am in my early 50s, have greater than $1 million in retirement financial savings and plan to retire round age 60. I’ve heard about Warren Buffett’s technique of protecting 90% of 1’s property in shares and 10% in bonds and like the thought of investing my financial savings that option to earn greater returns. I do know my accounts would take successful if inventory costs fall, however I consider I might survive a market downturn. Do you assume this can be a good technique for retirees and close to retirees?—C.P.
Anybody who’s adopted the technique of placing 90% of their cash in shares and 10% in bonds that Warren Buffett talked about in his 2013 letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders — would have completed very properly in recent times.