skepticalobserver wrote:Yes, you are missing something. A good trial law heeds this advice.
RooseveltG wrote:I am new to golf and have not improved with self instruction. Can anyone recommend good golf schools in the eastern half of the US?
Thanks in advance.
thx1138 wrote:it sure seems like another sign of rampant yield chasing in the markets these days!
But the demand is expected to grow as institutional investors search for yield
nedsaid wrote: A business owner takes cash out of his business to live on and doesn't sell off his interest in his company in little pieces bit by bit.
nisiprius wrote:My point (which may get undercut if an overwhelming number of people give the correct answer!) is that really we need to have some humility about our understanding of international finance.
manwithnoname wrote:Why do you need to sell stocks in a down market? I am 85 equities/15% fixed which generates increasing income each year.
nedsaid wrote: The idea is to not sell your stocks in down markets.
sscritic wrote:You confused me with your 0.2%. That was my loss today's today, not yesterday's today.
If you had posted before today's (that's today's today, not yesterday's today) close, I wouldn't have been confused (as much).
mikep wrote:Replace it in the spring/fall/winter, you will get a lot more than the 10% off of peak pricing now. Especially if it is working fine.
LadyGeek wrote:^^^ You also don't have any privacy...
brak wrote: And where can I find some good reading on how RMDs work
DonCamillo wrote:But when I stop working, the RMD will be substantial.
Rodc wrote:In retirement it might have some value in that when something like P/E10 is high be careful about how much you sell to generate income because the size of your portfolio just might be artificially high.
client -p wrote:That's why I was just trying to find out if anyone else's had a similar experience to mine at VGd or has suggestions about how to address it.