Grt2bOutdoors wrote:louis c wrote:
I think those who are changing their stock allocation because they don't like current bond yields are making a mistake.
Experience can be a harsh taskmaster.
pkcrafter wrote:Ned, funny you were thinking about a golf analogy, so was I. In this way...
In golf you need to keep your balance during the swing, same as in investing.
Beagler wrote:yobria wrote:Then what point is Dr. Bernstein wrong about here?:
Will you concede that in the hard light of day, Dr. Bernstein still tilts his portfolios to small and value, even today (as has fairly recently been communicated through Mel)?
Houston101 wrote:Simba this is indeed a gem, thank you very much.
Will it be correct to assume that the gains are calculated without taking into account dividends?
Valuethinker wrote:...It's obvious (once I was told it) but not intuitive (to me) that getting your MPG from say 15 to 30, saves us much gas as getting it from 30 to 60.