Thanks for the article.
Can someone please explain what this means "And that’s when you take foreign sovereign bonds and hedge them back to the dollar—you’ve basically got U.S. bonds."
Don't quite understand what he means.
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?