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Hi all! I'm from Europe and new to the DGI approach. I've been investing for years, mainly index funds and some notsosuccesful stock picks. DGI seems something I could follow rigorously and I hope to create a balanced long-term income machine. I wish to participate in this forum as I've been a frequent reader and get some comments on my plan for the future portfolio  Shy
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(09-13-2016, 09:05 AM)O Wrote: Hi all! I'm from Europe and new to the DGI approach. I've been investing for years, mainly index funds and some notsosuccesful stock picks. DGI seems something I could follow rigorously and I hope to create a balanced long-term income machine. I wish to participate in this forum as I've been a frequent reader and get some comments on my plan for the future portfolio  Shy

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#3
Welcome to the forum O'B!
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#4
Welcome aboard. Always nice to get a European perspective on EU stocks.
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#5
Thanks a lot! I'm actually leaning towards overweighing US stocks, accompanied with some European dividend goodies which I think are also already popular here  Big Grin
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#7
Welcome Bazooka,
also European here and overweigthing US stock. 80-90% of our net worth is in-town, so it is probably ok to diversify outside of Europe.  Cool
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#8
Hello!
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#9
Hey! Yeah I also think it's better to allocate outside Europe, as most of the property and future outlooks are very local in nature. I posted some thoughts on going forward to My portfolios
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