Leeraar wrote:Synthetic oil is for sustained high-temperature operation.
jimkinny wrote:All of this 5% bands stuff seems like we placing a lot of emphasis on numbers that are not very significant.
wbern wrote:Maybe you get a tiny bit of extra diversification, but it’s a trivial amount—plus you’re paying higher expenses and higher transactional costs to deal with foreign bonds.
Kosmo wrote:Bfwolf wrote:All the other major sports work with clocks everybody can see--why not soccer?
Your red, white, and blue are showing.
hoppy08520 wrote:This is legit. There's a page in the Bogleheads wiki on this
Should risk be stated in dollars terms instead of AA %?
bungalow10 wrote:We have Kindle Fires and Smart TVs and our kids watch Prime videos. We have all our credit card stuff under security key so they can't buy anything. It's a concern Amazon has solved for.
donaldfair71 wrote:My wife and I upgraded to the T-Mobile $30 plan through Wal Mart. Got sweet "newish" phones (Galaxy S3)
"Spend a third"One day in 1984 my wife, Claudia, told me, 'The government gets a third and we can spend a third, but we need to save a third'. That's the smartest advice anyone ever gave me. We're rich now.
- Lee Trevino, golfer
Hi Bill,Bill Bernstein wrote:Believing it tacky to plug my own overpriced books, I’ve intentionally left them out.
telemark wrote:Sunny Sarkar wrote:Once you're using a password manager, why not make your usernames completely random too?
You could, but if you're not reusing passwords, I'm not sure what it would accomplish.