The Wizard wrote:Toons wrote:chaz wrote:No freefall today.
A lot better than a Dead Cat Bounce...
frugalguy wrote:I ended up listening to the whole book since the narrator was so compelling. I couldn't let it go, and if I were listening to it in bed, I would have stayed up all night.
flyingaway wrote:Looking at the list makes me feel that my retirement plan may not be realistic. Reality check for me.
technovelist wrote:protagonist wrote:I think the first thing to ask is whether you think the Monte Carlo studies are meaningful.
I would say that Monte Carlo studies would be especially relevant to people living in Monaco.
Lynette wrote:I have not kept in touch with any of these people after the tour - sometimes try but it fizzles out - mainly location.
TheTimeLord wrote:Anyway, so my reaction to this thread was I emailed my wife who is traveling for work and told her I really wanted to change.
Browser wrote:At current valuation levels, a prudent strategy would be to adopt a conservative AA and plan to save more to compensate. The immortality of this thread is testament to the anxiety about stocks. Sell some stocks, sleep better.
technovelist wrote:Sounds like a perfect profession for "This Perfect Day" (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/This_Perfect_Day).
protagonist wrote:VictoriaF wrote:mickeyd wrote:Why do we keep digging up this old dog?
Long threads strengthen the sense of community.
That's what Ariadne said.