DFWinvestor wrote:Argument A: It ALWAYS makes sense to take out a vehicle loan, as long as it is no greater than 3-5%, rather than pay cash for the vehicle up front. If you invest the cash in the S&P 500 you will always come out ahead.
Slapshot wrote:Do it. My son tried to get us to do this 20 years ago when he went to Univ. of Colorado, Boulder.
tainted-meat wrote:I believe there is a hidden opportunity cost to owning bonds over stocks in the long-term.
brigboy wrote:I'm open to still doing 100% stocks (S&P500 - not even anything fun or exciting) but I suppose if the market tanks, I can convert all my bonds over to equity .
goodenoughinvestor wrote:Any advice on HOW to find a good, professional personal injury lawyer?
cheese_breath wrote:"Superior portfolio performance will more than pay my fees" ... Financial Advisor
joe8d wrote:MathWizard wrote:I would suggest that anyone become financially independent by 60 regardless of field
pointyhead wrote:So, my question is: Do I even make an effort to sway him? Or just let sleeping dogs lie?
abhi wrote:Tax Rate: 25% F, 15%CA