there are good reasons to avoid market timing and focus on investing for the long-run.
BillyG wrote:Short quote:
"And if you look at, let's say, stock picking advice specifically, you find that the experts, the people that we must revere, the people that we pay the most, are generally about as good as a monkey with a dart board,"
Browser wrote:Maybe this prediction will be right. I've been looking for someone with a crystal ball that works.
topper1296 wrote:My vote goes to Bill Murray including Harold Ramis as a nominee.
DonCamillo wrote:Has anyone else reading this forum noticed that while Bogleheads is a great place to get financial advice, it is a terrible place to get romantic advice?
NaOH wrote:If a clear white stone is required, you could look into moissanite - synthetic, similar hardness/fire as a diamond, and much, much more reasonable.