Maynard F. Speer wrote:You could call the world's (at the time) 2nd largest economy bad out of sample behaviour for buy-and-hold - as well as various 20-60 year stretched in the US
Maynard F. Speer wrote:It's something subtle about market behaviour, and it shows the timing system is vulnerable to less certain markets
ogd wrote:Darn right it's data mining. If it was this simple, tactical allocation funds would work instead of being big time losers.
malabargold wrote:All that debt and you only have $500-1000 per month in extra cash?
This is scary.
denovo wrote:A tenet of Bogleheadism is that speculation of the stock market is a waste of time. It's the same for any other financial market including real estate.
fishingmn wrote:I do agree that you don't want to concentrate all of your wealth in rentals - mine are less than 1/2 my net worth.
G12 wrote:Clearly_Irrational wrote:Totally agree, one of advantage of real estate leverage though is that there are no margin calls.
Yet the REITs in the index/fund/ETF will have loans with covenants and may be callable by the lender, or nonrenewed.
Epsilon Delta wrote:Which is why uranium is the preferred power source for cars.
abuss368 wrote:Leverage can be great in good times and just crush you in bad times.
swaption wrote:You don't get to use the 10 year yield for a rolling ladder
livesoft wrote:Monetary policy will not be tightened very sharply, so there is nothing to worry about or to be scared of.