I think Taylor also says, "When experts disagree, it probably does not matter."
RadAudit wrote:Thanks for the post.
But, you do know this is going to start a catfight?
If you choose a simple 3 fund portfolio, it takes very little time and does not require much understanding of investments.
Thank you everyone for your time and responses. I think that cemented my decision and will go with the total market. Thank you.
davew1050 wrote:Thank you everyone for your time and responses. I think that cemented my decision and will go with the total market. Thank you.
Jack Bogle: "The biggest mistake investors make is looking backward at performance and thinking it’ll recur in the future."
So, why are Wellington and Wellesley funds different from all other Vanguard active funds?
Sharpe considered there to only be one truly passive investment: TSM. All other portfolios are, in his view, active.
Leeraar wrote:I spent my life going from complex to simple.
"The five ascending levels of intellect are: smart, intelligent, brilliant, genius, simple."
Volatility is far from synonymous with risk.
"When there are multiple solutions to a problem, choose the simplest."