age 38 . 20 years career . software engineer
I have this feeling maybe a couple of times a year. I have also acted on it before when BS got to be too much.
denovo wrote:That's not to say I would cancel any plans because the chance of getting Ebola is very low but I'd much prefer to have the flu over the ebola if those were my only two choices.
gkaplan wrote:cvault wrote:have a very VERY bad day.
And it won't just be contained to the airline sector.
What have you done just in case- OTM puts? Gone to cash? Inverse?
Not a thing.
Valuethinker wrote:Supply of space is not however fixed: buildings get taller. In London we dig basements as well.
denovo wrote:I think the debate on prepaying mortgages is officially over now that Buffett has weighed in.
thenextguy wrote:Buying a mortage may be going short on rates, but it's going long on housing
cannondale wrote:My Plan:
Move away from the SF Bay Area but keep the salary. That should net me around $15-20k. Now, just have to figure out how to make it happen.
john94549 wrote:Those who financed/re-financed at the nadir (let's say 3.4% or thereabouts) for thirty years, well, that's a gold-mine. In a few years, fixed-income investments will cross, you'll be able to finance the interest on that thirty with a ten-year CD.
Twins Fan wrote:princetontiger wrote:This is dumb... I worked at a hedge fund, and I can tell you the smartest guys are not at Vanguard, they are at a mega hedge fund.
Why don't you work there any longer?.... Zing!