steve_14 wrote:When interest rates decline, what do you do, all else equal? Where do you shift your bond allocation, now that expected returns are lower per unit of risk?
StarbuxInvestor wrote:I am not sure optimism, enthusiasm or exhilaration has applied to the current bull market. Unease, denial and pessimism have been better fits so far.
LH wrote:The latte factor owns me : )
I eat out and go out a lot with my wife kids and such.
...investors making decisions based on the historical long-term real return to stocks of 7 percent are highly likely to be disappointed.
joe8d wrote:Frengo wrote:With CD's that low it is not really worth the trouble.
You can get almost 1% with a regular savings and not have to deal with penalties, break-even, etc.