Angelus359 wrote:He tried quitting like 5 years ago. His hands shook so much from nicotine withdrawal that he couldn't work and his doctor told him to start smoking again.
JoshCine wrote:The index funds always have history of always coming back up, as long as you wait long enough.
l1nkown wrote:Alright, I like the Vanguard World Fund. Should I put all 70k in there?
nisiprius wrote:And while I believe caffeine has a "feel" to it, I don't think it has much of a taste.
rec7 wrote:What I mean by strong is very high in caffeine. I guess you might say I am looking for some weaker coffee.
rec7 wrote:True but when I am traveling I would like to find coffee that is not super strong. I have tried McDonald's but it to seems to be very strong maybe even stronger that Starbucks.
Grt2bOutdoors wrote:John3754 wrote:I do not, cash allocations are a drag on returns.
Especially when the market drops right?
InvestorNewb wrote:Rebalancing may be overrated. Have a look at this thread: viewtopic.php?f=10&t=116876
Electron wrote:In looking through some old records I see that my first IRA investment in early 1982 was an 18 month CD paying 16.5%. That's hard to believe today.
Trader Joe wrote:My plan in a crash is to move to 100% stock. Easy money.
Stillwater45 wrote:He says he is more weary of bonds than stocks in current environment.