unixunderground wrote:Could you guys please advise on a few kinds of investments (from any sector) that can lead to a loss greater than 100%?
Artsdoctor wrote:Any portion of your fixed income portion of the portfolio should be considered safe.
dbr wrote:It should also be noted that the nominal but not the real principal was returned.
Brent Arends: you can beat the market with smart lucky timing
umfundi wrote:Currency-hedged global bonds are a yawn.
billyt wrote:1) Safety is defined by volatility.
LH wrote:If the market does not return, there is no magic money fairy that will make up the shortfall.
Day9 wrote:that is only true for correlation negative 1. it could have correlation between 0 and negative 1
pkcrafter wrote:You might take a look at this article--
555 wrote:magician wrote:555 wrote:geometric mean < arithmetic mean
geometric mean ≤ arithmetic mean
I'm typographically challenged.
masteraleph wrote:One place of note- Trader Joe's. They're pretty cheap and the house brand has decent, if not exceptional, examples of many types of beers (the hefeweizen and dunkelweizen in particular are pretty good).
ourbrooks wrote:It's relative demand, not the state of economies, which determine exchange rates.