Why subject 5% of your portfolio to uncompensated risk and losses?
Make investing more interesting? Good investing is supposed to be more boring than watching paint dry
SuperSaver wrote:3) My 3 largest equities have out-performed the market handsomely since purchased in late 1990s. I'd hate to sell my "winners".
gkaplan wrote:What poll?
baw703916 wrote:How about one where John Bogle fires active managers if they can't beat the market after expenses?
joe8d wrote:More interested in his current bidding to become the new owner of the Buffalo Bills.
Taylor Larimore wrote:abuss368 wrote:Is anyone aware if The Bogleheads a) will be updating the Retirement Guide and b) plan on writing any additional books or updates?
I am unaware of additional Boglehead books or updates. The Boglehead Investment Philosophy is nearly timeless.
miles monroe wrote:i don't make plans to be at home when it is on, on dvr it, but if i'm home and its on i watch it. it was better before the celebritys got involved.
nobsinvestor wrote:In a catastrophic scenario (global/US internet is shut down, world war 3, global financial meltdown), logic asks me, in what situation does Vanguard go down and Fidelity doesn't? Seems like we'd all be screwed.
JonnyDVM wrote:Buy bonds if you want to fade what the investing masses are doing at the moment.
mbenz1997 wrote:what would be the equivalent on fidelity?
scone wrote:"After the crash, I sold everything, and I'm still in cash. Because the end of the world is nigh." -- my realtor