Except, of course, the stress you may cause yourself by paying attention to the minute movements of your portfolio.Dale_G wrote:Nothing to worry about.
You seem to have been reading the forum a lot recently. I'd imagine you are able to construct the typical Boglehead argument against the quoted statement.Browser wrote:It's a matter of balancing rewards (puny) with potential risks (large).
If I held an asset class that had maintained abnormally high returns for the last decade, I would be concerned, not comforted. Mean reversion and all.technovelist wrote:I'm not too concerned about this drop, as I expect the price to continue its decade-long rise
Always a good time to ignore.Jfet wrote:Any ripples in the muni bond market? Good time to buy, sell, ignore?
A long term, buy-hold-and-rebalance investor with diversified mutual funds NEEDS to pay attention to current events? I'm not sure about that...cks wrote:Those with minicipal bond holdings need to pay attention.