Sunny Sarkar wrote:The article read to me simply like an attempt to market time out of US bonds/treasuries. The alibi used is "stability", so it's amazing that the suggestion is to exchange high quality bonds for riskier emerging market bonds and even more riskier stocks
Robert T wrote:grok87 wrote:could be a little dated. tips index should have a positive expected return now.
+0.3% real return over next 7 years according to Grantham/GMO.
Grt2bOutdoors wrote:If principal protection is of paramount importance - the Utah plan offers an FDIC insured option through Zions National Bank, the Ohio plan uses Fifth Third - both savings and CD options. Or as the other OP suggested, use Series I bonds as your back-up plan.
Brit wrote:I'd suggest looking into I Bonds. Great for education saving, and inflation protected. I had awful results from a 529 plan and glad I switched.
Valuethinker wrote:Malkiel is a wealthy man, and not a young one-- I would imagine in his mid 70s (given RWDWS was first published in the 1970s?).
I do not think he has 'changed his tune' because someone has paid him to.
Calm Man wrote:I say "follow the money". Malkiel has changed his tune. I don't want to bother doing the research but I wonder if he is getting paid by a different master now.
Another masterpiece of investigative analysis. Congratulations on your efforts which will benefit many of our colleagues- me in particular!
LadyGeek wrote:You made me look. I've got a lock on 2nd (from the bottom). If Best Buy didn't tank today (BBY), I'd be a lot closer.
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pkcrafter wrote:Don't we have a process for suggested Wiki changes? Less and any others who believe the Wiki page is wrong should write a new page, or at least write suggested changes/additions and post them in the Editors Lounge for peer review.
MathWizard wrote:I first thought this was trying to argue against a change to the forum,
given that after Swift's "A Modest Proposal...", such a phrase usually signals satire.