Rodc wrote:Make sure you are a very proficient software professional as well.
nydad wrote:We can turn that question around:
Wouldn't a good Japanese American boglehead have been substantially investing in markets other than the Nikkei S&P 500?
(I keep my equities at 50% US/50% International, FWIW)
paulsiu wrote:One problem is without a dataplan, you can't get any MMS.
HomerJ wrote:15-25 year periods were the stock market goes "nowhere" are not uncommon. Happened from 1966-1982... We're 13 years into one now.
Toons wrote:Correct me if I am wrong, but hasn't the S&P, given enough time ALWAYS marched on to new highs?
VennData wrote:And instead of tossing in partisan blather, you might want to be balanced: Consider that each nation has a different collection of these laws, without having a complete analysis, you cannot comment on the subject. Period.
wesleymouch wrote:Wade Pfau lists much lower withdrawal rates for a 40 year retirement under current market conditions. more like 1.6 to 1.8% per year
VictoriaF wrote:This violates the Efficient Market Hypothesis. A marriage should include an invisible hand.
epilnk wrote:Edmund Hallowell's 'Driven to Distraction'
norookie wrote:If I was your wife I'd divorce you. Be prepared for it , thats what "they' taught me in boy scouts.
Andrew Lo wrote:deliver the same kind of expected return