Hi Jeremy! During a free consult with a sofi rep, he had mentioned to sell my bonds as it is not aggressive. I have abt 7% in bonds right now, and follow the glide path of a tdif (but invest in free fidelity index funds because the expense rate is cheaper- thanks to you!)
I have been wanting to be a bit more aggressive in the glide path. The rep said that I should have 100% in stocks now bc I am not planning to retire soon (I’m 36).
Question- Should I hold bonds and just be more aggressive in other funds or sell bonds bc ROI is so low? Would you recommend increasing glide path allocations? What do you think? I have my Roth IRA and brokerage with fidelity.