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Best HSA portfolio?
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Many of us have a Health Savings Account as well.  I'm curious what the forum thinks are the best equities to have in there.

For myself, I've decided it won't have individual stocks, and it won't have leveraged funds.  I currently have ARKW, QQQ, VOO, and SOXX.
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#2
Someday a balance fund will make sense again, but not anytime soon. An all world stock index fund might help VOO smooth out the tech funds.
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#3
Depends on how soon you think that you will need to hit the HSA. I'm fine with holding individual stocks, but only the widows and orphans stocks. Utilities and decent dividend payers. No extremely high yielders or tech stocks.
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(04-06-2021, 08:25 AM)ChadR Wrote: Depends on how soon you think that you will need to hit the HSA.  I'm fine with holding individual stocks, but only the widows and orphans stocks.  Utilities and decent dividend payers.  No extremely high yielders or tech stocks.

Seems like a place where you don't gamble, nor accept a 1% yield.   Money is there if you need it.
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