The Lay of the Land by Richard Ford. It's the last of the Bascombe trilogy. Ford is fast becoming one of my favorite contemporary American novelists.
Also have out of the library Pynchon's Bleeding Edge, which I'll get to next.
greg24 wrote:Rebalancing when the AFC wins the Super Bowl is also good. Or maybe its the NFC.
4) I try to maximize for a high Sortino ratio and a low max drawdown.
STC wrote:Leesbro63 wrote:Describe the "riskless assets" please
It has a flaky puff pastry exterior, browned to perfection. Followed by Foie Gras and Truffle pate, with a center of prime beef tenderloin cooked medium rare. Served with an aged Bordeaux.
Jerilynn wrote:ramos wrote:
By the way, my CPA made full disclosure and he is a Prudential representative.
To quote Vinny LaGuardia Gambini.... "Well, there's a fricken surprise."
Warning, R rated movie clip:
Leesbro63 wrote:I'm really not a whacko, guys!
Grt2bOutdoors wrote:Besides, I index so no need to subscribe to them.
greg24 wrote:This just re-emphasizes to me that I need to focus on increasing contributions (something I can control) rather than returns (something I cannot control).