market timer wrote:Seems like it would be much more efficient if rich people could find some way to agree to give each others' kids preferential treatment in hiring and in the marriage market, and save on the university administration fees.
Honobob wrote:Public records show this property sold in 2005 for $490,000. Bay Area real estate has been very good to me. There's no reason this won't be selling for $600,000+ in a couple of years.
bobcat2 wrote:We see that from a historical perspective 7% would be very high. If global equity returns are going to be lower than they have been historically, we are looking at real returns below 5% going forward.
ricb wrote:I'm just learning about cash-back SPIAs; e.g., your spouse receives the balance of your original purchase amount less the amounts paid to you - no matter when you die.
Mill wrote:congrats LadyGeek, but is this thread actionable? Lock please.
this thread is off-topic and locked: A reminder that non-investing general comment threads are OT