ralph124cf wrote:Most real estate fortunes are built on borrowed money.
Leeraar wrote: Even mathematical notions like distributions and probabilities are suspect when applied to finance, because there is no fundamental bedrock theory.
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Mr. FI wrote:The point is, when you don't let consumerism run your life, and you're industrious, and think differently than the rest of society, you can benefit in a myriad of ways, one of which is financial independence.
richard wrote:The problem with CAPE is it includes years which are no longer relevant. Vanguard found the two methods to have equal predictive power.
PowDay wrote:Assuming you save $5 a day bringing your lunch, this bag will pay for itself in 6 months.
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zeugmite wrote:But synchronized period call markets don't require intermediaries except when they are actually necessary.
leonard wrote:I didn't express confusion. You oversimplified my argument by saying real estate compared to stock investing.