berntson wrote:This suggests that stocks are fairly priced.
pkcrafter wrote:Ok, how long would you wait (how much data would you need) until you decided to get in?
KyleAAA wrote:Backtesting is never proof of anything. That's just data mining.
jackpullo997 wrote:and trailing stop losses.
pkcrafter wrote:The point is that posters answered in very different ways--it wasn't really a loss for instance.
sscritic wrote:You confused me with your 0.2%. That was my loss today's today, not yesterday's today.
dolphinsaremammals wrote:You keep your money in non-FDIC insured banks?
WhyNotUs wrote:I can't give away 8% on a single property to a manager but would do it on an apartment complex.
dolphinsaremammals wrote:$4mil in CDs. I don't trust income stream things - insurance companies go bellyup, pensions get reduced.
HomerJ wrote:Income streams like SS or pensions or SPIAs are JUST income streams and ONLY income streams. That's the difference I think.
steve_14 wrote:$ in the bank is king. Everything else is just promises from another party.
steve_14 wrote:Depends on how you define break even of course. A property that breaks even for five years, then requires a new $50,000 roof isn't breaking even.
acegolfer wrote:If SMB and HML are true risk factors, why does it follow that one should buy SV?