InvestorNewb wrote:I agree with the poster above. It seems you have already made your mind.
Stoney178 wrote:in the past few months i lost about $10K in my retirement investments and my biotech mutual fund has tanked as well. is this downswing in the market temporary? whats everyone doing now..staying the course as always?
IMD801 wrote:Assuming all tax advantaged space is filled:
Prepay mortgage (4.5%) or fund taxable account?
EmergDoc wrote:Since you've decided to use buckets, you have to define what the buckets mean, what they're for, and how they're allocated.
Dogleheabs wrote:After a thought-filled night, we decided to go through insurance. I will update this thread with my thoughts later. I hope this thread can be of some anecdotal help to others in the future.
Random Musings wrote:With respect to the ER issue, I thought this was an early April 1st joke. Especially when comping to other expenses 30 to 60 times higher per year.
For the service provided, Vanguard is charging you fairly.
dipsylala wrote:(2) Oh, my 1 million just shrunk to half a million! I cannot sleep well at night, but I'll hold on to my shares.
crowd79 wrote:mml44 wrote:5% reward checking. No bond can beat that.http://www.myconsumers.org/personal/che ... cking.html
I don't like all the hoops I would have to jump through to get that rate. Thanks but no thanks..
Call_Me_Op wrote:Depends upon if you really need all of the money in 3-5 years. If so, a bond fund may not be appropriate.
thisismyusername123 wrote:What CDs are going to match the return on investment of BND?
livesoft wrote:For future history, here is what the "dip" that started this thread looked like a couple weeks later: