livesoft wrote:I am a very successful market timer, so I'm all set for the coming bear market. I will lose money like everybody else, but perhaps not as much.
cheese_breath wrote:Just say, "Don't expect me to support you in your old age".
Hawkeye_Saver wrote:I hope its not too personal of a question, but I'm curious what members earning over 100k do for a living. I would like to break that threshold but it won't happen at my current job. Just looking for a little guidance towards something lucrative that might be up my alley.
dbr wrote:goodoboy wrote:nisiprius wrote:I agree, the stable value fund is a perfectly good choice, too, and can be counted as a bond allocation.
How do I know when to go back to bonds?
You don't (meaning know). Also it could be you don't (meaning go back).
nisiprius wrote:I agree, the stable value fund is a perfectly good choice, too, and can be counted as a bond allocation.
abuss368 wrote:I think you would be fine to select that fund.
With bonds higher yield almost always means higher risks.
You may be able to do better, but you could definitely do a lot worse.