total US market
total ex-US market
US small value
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:
brianrhull wrote:I am 48% Stocks 52% Bonds and would like to be 40% Stocks and 60% Bonds. Would this be a good time to rebalance my portfolio or wait for the Equity market to recover?
StarbuxInvestor wrote:fareastwarriors wrote:I bought more today.
I have a some mutual fund orders that execute at the close today.
Luke Duke wrote:The consensus on this board would probably be: Get back in the market (all in) at your desired allocation and STAY IN IT. Don't sell anything unless it is part of a preplanned re-balancing activity or you are going to spend the money for it's intended use.
kerplunk wrote:Imperabo wrote:OP doesn't seem at all trollish to me. Seemed like an honest and common perspective.
I agree. Especially since he replied with very specific fund names and allocations.
jebmke wrote:IMO distribution yields aren't that useful. SEC yields can be compared across funds as well as other assets like treasury notes and CDs.