Dutch wrote:It seems there's one thing pretty much consistent throughout history: older generations complaining about younger generations.
Not sure who is doing to the slackening.
Now get off my lawn!!
pkcrafter wrote:Rodc wrote:So the "must" is much too strong.
Ah, yes, I "must" agree.
jginseattle wrote:It's been some time since I've read The Black Swan, but, if I remember correctly, Taleb suggests highly leveraging the risky portion of a 90% safe/10% risky portfolio.
I'm strongly in favor of the youngster being at the older range for his grade, not the younger.
livesoft wrote:I will also say that balanced funds, target retirement funds, life strategy funds, etc take the investor's emotions out of it. For example, how many times do we see folks who do not want to rebalance because they have a prediction for the future?