Saw this on the front page of Fidelity.com. Is there any validity to this? Seems like a bunch of baloney to me, but I figured I should ask since it's featured at the top of their front page.
https://www.fidelity.com/insights/inves ... lue-stocks
KyleAAA wrote:Perhaps he has really, really low basic expenses.
Dale_G wrote:There is no decision process. Salary and the bonus count the same as far as social security is concerned.
Oicuryy wrote:Social Security is not an investment. It is a welfare program funded by a payroll tax. Some people will get more in benefits than they pay in taxes. Others will get less.
Caduceus wrote:The idea that "renting is throwing away money" is just misinformation. You can rent the place or you can rent the money (mortgage interest does not contribute to equity).