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.
leonard wrote:are you folks serious?
obviously - obviously - the point was a large amount of money. $250k, $50k, $1M, $20k, etc. etc etc. Whatever that large amount is - it's a bad idea to leave it unattended with a relative stranger.
staythecourse wrote:Think of interest rates as the brake pedal for Congress
gw wrote:Clearly_Irrational wrote:Sure, but the flash crash was caused by the HFTs, not the market makers.
That's false. See the SEC/CFTC report, for example.
Abe wrote:I would not pay much attention to the TV programs where they fix up properties and flip them. It doesn't work the way they portray it in real life.
Confused wrote:Ha, it's a pretty simple secret. You know that good or service you were going to buy? Don't.
dr.j wrote:Well, I have been wearing different color socks and I recent detected a change in the air-speed velocity of an unladen swallow. Indeed, imminent doom for the stock market.