Do You Have an Age-Appropriate Portfolio?

Investors age 45 to 55 should continue to focus on diversification, pros say, and keep a healthy dose of equities in their accounts

People who have hit their middle years may be used to taking flak from their friends and children for not behaving or dressing appropriately for their age. (Picture a teenager rolling her eyes when she sees a track from one of her favorite bands on Dad's iPod.) But is there such a thing as an age-appropriate investment portfolio?

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