There is no specific timeline associated with this. It would be part of the general retirement savings portfolio.gerrym51 wrote:whats the timeline for your question. you use different options that require being held to different terms?
It's like with expense ratios, you have to look at absolute amounts.stan1 wrote:Well, it is $19K per year so over 30 years it would be $570K (plus any interest/appreciation from investing).ddunca1944 wrote:Seriously, with a combined income of $600K/yr you'd divorce for $19K?
You call it corollary; I call it collateral damage. Once again Vanguard is proving the TR and LS funds are active funds.dickenjb wrote:The corollary piece of big news is it is going into the TR and LS funds. Replacing 20% of TBM it seems.
Excellent advice.jsl11 wrote:My preference would be to select something that does not have a fixed schedule, so you can particpate as much or as little as you want, whenever you want.
The scenario does not have to be predictable to be possible.nisiprius wrote:What's the scenario under which an ETF could become so illiquid so quickly that selling it would involve a serious hit to your portfolio?