While most of his advice is sound, I would avoid purchasing a ShamWow.Riverstwo wrote:As for me Im just gonna
watch it unfold in time, a little taper here and add in some derivatives with smoke and mirrors and sham-wow.
If you are actually checking the NAV price of your funds on a daily basis, you should probably stop. It doesn't really do any good, can make people emotional (surprise!), and emotional people tend to make bad financial decisions.dbc47 wrote:but it is hard to be happy when bond NAVs are dropping almost daily.
IMO 0.85% is too expensive.Tebowed wrote:3.82% ECON (Emerging Markets Consumer Titans Index) (0.85%)
+1.telemark wrote:I group politics with earthquakes, tsunami, and other natural disasters. Of course they affect the market; just not in ways that can be predicted beforehand*.
* Making predictions afterwards is always a popular sport.
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).