555 wrote:In a typical zero sum game, most participants lose.
StarbuxInvestor wrote:555 wrote:StarbuxInvestor wrote:So it sounds like a concensus that risk should be looked at in terms of the loss in value you can tolerate measured by dollars and that can be used to figure out the proper AA instead of vice-versa.
StarbuxInvestor wrote:So it sounds like a concensus that risk should be looked at in terms of the loss in value you can tolerate measured by dollars and that can be used to figure out the proper AA instead of vice-versa.
sscritic wrote:I am a fan of dollars. I will use dollars in retirement to buy food. I like to eat. Dollars are the way to go in my opinion.
Go Blue 99 wrote:Do you believe that living a frugal lifestyle can sometimes result in having less career ambition?
minesweep wrote:555 wrote:rca1824 wrote:unit root
You might be sorry you asked:
rca1824 wrote:unit root
hunter1801 wrote: So how will I know the difference between my earnings from dividends/capital gains vs the money I made because of share prices going up?
sambb wrote:i find i worry more at market highs rather than lows. At the lows, I don't check the balance as often. But there is some psychology of not wanting to go below the two commas. I get it.
chaz wrote:VictoriaF wrote:chaz wrote:I don't worry. I'm happy with 2 commas.
We should change the expression "my two cents" to "my two commas."
Victoria, you have a great sense of humor. Just my $0.02.
mptfan wrote:manwithnoname wrote: Why invest in bonds that are going to yield 3% at best for the next 5 or so years?
You can invest in bonds that are yielding 5.44% right now. Take a look at Vanguard's high yield corporate bond fund.
protagonist wrote:-After 1850 the rise was meteoric and steady.
Sunny Sarkar wrote:I'm finding out the hard way about the paradox of career ambition: pay grows linearly, but stress grows exponentially.