A major problem with looking at people who've done very well and studied what actions they have taken is that you're ignoring all those who have taken those actions but have not done very well.
JuanZ wrote:Another thread were we should be mindful of survivorship bias.
JuanZ wrote:SC Hoosier wrote:Look at the 'Greatest Generation.'
Be mindful of survivorship bias.
tipswatcher wrote:FYI, the 5-year TIPS yield dropped to -0.10% on Thursday, down 21 basis points in just eight days.
This is what happens when the stock market tanks. Flight to safety.
LowER wrote:richard wrote:DAK wrote:Buyer beware.
The problem is that you are not the buyer in any meaningful sense, the doctor is. You are the payer.
How is the doctor the buyer? <snip>
richard wrote:If you have not contracted with a lab or even agreed to use that lab, why is it your responsibility to pay that lab?
DAK wrote:Buyer beware.
Leeraar wrote:We should all 'fess up and admit that any SWR plan is a market prediction tuned by historical data.
We would never do this to make investments. Why should we do it to take from investments?