House Blend wrote:Sorry, I mis-interpreted "non-resident US investor" to mean a US citizen residing elsewhere. I take it you are a non-US citizen with US-domiciled investments.
greg24 wrote:The conventional wisdom on this board has become that you can't time the equities market, but you can time the fixed income market.
CABob wrote:So I assume from your post that you are a US citizen, correct?I live in Singapore. Am a resident there. I invest in Vanguard Total World Stock Idx Fd (ETF). The US witholds that 30% tax.
KyleAAA wrote:Totally depends on the tax laws where you live. In the US, this would NOT exempt you from tax.
pkcrafter wrote:You can rebalance with new money, but why use ETrade when you can just use Vanguard and have no commissions? Also, this must be a taxable account, so are you maxing tax deferred options?
jasonlitka wrote:You guys know you're bumping a thread from April 2007, right?