EnjoyIt wrote:I have been reading lately quite a few people discussing future 2% real returns on equities and I just don't understand how that is possible.
Houston101 wrote:I think it will be a good idea if we have a 'donate' button somewhere on the main webpage.
pkcrafter wrote:If he was in this business when they got married, it goes one way. If he started this after they got married, it goes another way.
Dandy wrote:Some studies show that having a 20% allocation to bonds may actually out perform 100% equity portfolio.
drawpoker wrote:Remember them? When senior citizens were spotted buying cans of cat tuna in the supermarkets? Yet they had No Cats. Remember those years? I do.
Silence Dogood wrote:Next up:
Support for the Google Authenticator app.
Longer Usernames (currently 12 character limit).
Longer Passwords (currently 20 character limit).
nyds wrote:3.) I've never held gold, other precious metals, commodities, or foreign currencies before: is allocating even 4% to gold (or another alternative asset class) something I should be considering?
LeeMKE wrote:Most prenups sunset at 10 years, either by agreement or by statute.
bengal22 wrote:I would suspect "they" already know. If you spend time on the computer or buy with plastic, there is loads of data on your spending habits, your leisure time habits, etc. etc. etc. THEY KNOW ALREADY.
freddie wrote:I know other couples who have been married for 20 years and they split the check at the restaurant. Seems to work for them.