rkhusky wrote:I would guess that all the top (5000? more?) stocks are analyzed by 1000's of analysts.
EmergDoc wrote:You mean the day I wreck it or it dies? Because I don't sell cars. J/K
hiddensee wrote:You will not exceed stock market returns by investing in property (absent luck, political corruption, other market friction)
buddy17 wrote:I just looked at the Assessor's property card for one of his favorite properties...he paid $27,500 back in 2011 for a nice large home converted into a triplex.
bluejello wrote:The only caveat I would add is not to put ALL your money in real estate.
jdb wrote:Enquiring minds are curious about the workings of your composite crash indicator.
HomerJ wrote:If you can't trust the swirlogram, who can you trust?
nisiprius wrote:The stock market is... sort of like having a very strange father who says "I will pay you a generous allowance, but only on condition that you put half of it into pyramid clubs, Ponzi schemes, and chain letters."
denovo wrote:450 posts about the biggest non-event.
letsgobobby wrote:In general I think PE10 is only good in extreme situations
Bustoff wrote:Fear sure can be irrational. Heart disease kills over 600,000 citizens each year in the United States, but one person dies from Ebola and that's all we hear about 24/7 on the news.