staythecourse wrote:Either one chooses volatility on one side (100% equity) or inflation risk (100% fixed income) on the other side or some point in between.
John3754 wrote:The risk of being in 100% CDs with a current real return of 0% is if unexpected inflation shows up your purchasing power will be crushed.
placeholder wrote:They just had a bit on Inside Edition about the sometimes wild "activities" there.
technovelist wrote:The S&P 500 is down 1.3%!!!!
livesoft wrote:Bustoff wrote:I guess you didn't notice I also left out the "risk" associated with a stock and bond portfolio, just to be fair.
… and any differences in taxation of dividends from TSM versus dividends from CDs.
avalpert wrote:Did someone take a wrong turn on the internet superhighway?