Despite our proclivity for turning anything into a political meltdown, we have a TON of collective wisdom on this site. I don't plan on retiring or needing money from investments anytime in the near future, so I very rarely change my investment approach, and when I do it's rarely drastic. So far my approach has been to maximize investments/returns in tax protected accounts (Roth 401k, and 2 Roth IRAs) early each year, before putting anything in a regular brokerage account. I do plan to eventually/slowly migrate a % out of equities as I get closer to retirement. What do you guys think of the run up over that last couple years, and recent mild correction and increase in volatility? Interested in hearing about people's different approaches, ideas, strategies, theories, thoughts, and tips in general. I understand taxes and govt. directly effect this subject, but let's try and keep responses financial/factual in nature and keep politics & emotion to a minimum.