Maybe he did some zero-risk activity like jump out of a plane without a parachute.LadyGeek wrote:Missing member check: The OP (skeptic88) hasn't replied in the thread. Did we answer your questions, or did we deep-dive off on a tangent and seem to have forgotten about you? Let us know.
countofmc wrote:livesoft wrote:Many daycares will give higher quality and more enriching care than a stay at home parent would.
I am afraid this is going to touch off a storm so I am going to exit my own thread, but thanks to all who shared their experiences, it was very helpful!
Grt2bOutdoors wrote:What does one's age have to do with the costs of a child 5 and under? Do you really believe costs go up or down as an adult ages? No one gets a break on costs regardless of their age.
backpacker wrote:Von Neumann and Morganstern gave us modern expected utility theory. But we shouldn't use their "authority" to batter posters who have different views about risk. This is because their treatment of risk is insane. I value $1000 ten times as much as $100. So Von Neumann and Morganstern tell me that I'm irrational unless I am indifferent between a 10% chance at a $1000 and having $100 for sure. But that's nuts. So expected utility theory doesn't tell us how investors should think about risk.
555 wrote:Ridiculous! It's completely obvious that you totally made that up.
Not necessarily. It would mainly be a reflection of the expectation that Pimco will lose AUM and Janus will gain AUM.garlandwhizzer wrote:I do know that Pimco's stock went way down on the news and Janus's went way up which says that the professional investing community believes that he still has the magic touch.
ResearchMed wrote:This just in.
Wonder how (if?) it affects the SEC inquiry into Total Return ETF.