SpringMan wrote:Looks okay but not sure I would classifyl VSS as international small value (ISV).
VSS Morningstar xray shows:
00 00 01
21 20 22
15 10 10
Predominately mid-cap growth
hq38sq43 wrote:Buying a cheaper house seems the obvious answer. Why not do that and spend any excess on enjoying your "golden years?"
Grt2bOutdoors wrote:Yes - bigger pockets from which the barracudas feed from.
prudent wrote:You can't sell them ever? Or just for a period of time?
sls239 wrote:I prefer to have the CC pull the payment from the bank account, so that it shows up as scheduled when I look at the CC webpage.
NamedAfterThoreau wrote:feh wrote:Anybody know if we can expect a similar decline in the ER of VBR?
Yes, it's also down to 0.1%.
brainstem wrote:I agree that a good credit card is a better deal than conversion to cash.
mx711yam wrote:Feh, what do you think of the fund? I'm thinking of making this my core holding in the 401k. No other good options in there.
TT wrote:Since late last summer I thought why not hold both so since then I own approximately 1/2 active 1/2 index bond funds.
Why does it have to be either or?
dickenjb wrote:Likewise you might want to pay the first $4000 of your son's tuition each year out of pocket and use the 529 withdrawals for the rest of the college costs.
$25 million? I'd put it in FDIC-insured savings accounts and CDs. Once I've won the game, I'm taking my cards off the table.
BlueEars wrote:Nobody's mentioned BOND, Pimco Total Return ETF (ER=0.55). Only out about a year:
Carpe wrote:nisiprius wrote:I'm not actually sure what I'd do if I had access to both Total Bond and to PTTRX institutional class. Past performance does not indicate future results. But the past performance is what it is--it's very impressive.