nisiprius wrote:I think a lot of American businesses grossly undervalue the benefit of long-term customer relationships.bUU wrote:I do think a lot of American consumers grossly over-value their own patronage, and not just as bank depositors.
Default User BR wrote:I have no idea, and can't imagine why I would care.
jwblue wrote:People seem obsessed with these fees.
Which is better?
A fund that returns 8.5 percent with a fee of 1.25%
A fund that returns 7.5 percent with a fee of .75%.
It seems people on this board would choose the latter.
minesweep wrote:Not too much Mister-In-Between for EM. EM finished 9 out of 20 years at the top of the heap, and 7 years at the bottom.
bengal22 wrote:Sheepdog wrote:I find boring to be stimulating.
I find stimulation to be boring.
I really do not understand your point.
livesoft wrote:Congratulations, you are the first victim of distributions in 2012.