Absolutely! Except the emotions are not creeping. You are talking about my deceased mother!livesoft wrote:I sensed some sentiment and emotions creeping into this decision. The only way to overcome that is to meet them head one and sell all of MMM and Wellesley.
sscritic wrote:PMM has a cost:Expense ratio
as of 12/23/2013 0.17%
Just like in your other funds, your money is siphoned away every day.
dhodson wrote:Mixing insurance with investing.
livesoft wrote:I believe it is totally unnecessary unless you get bored.
Taylor Larimore wrote:Travelforfun:
Perhaps the greatest benefit of being polite is that it makes you feel better knowing you are a good human being.
IlliniDave wrote:I answered one, but maybe should have said zero. Vanguard holds all my non-401k investment accounts, all of which are mutual funds. So while they do have a brokerage arm, I don't use it.
prudent wrote:It wasn't actually a formal "course", but man, the tuition was expensive.
livesoft wrote:Nope. No playing around. We stay invested. It is enough to rebalance on an RBD for me.
overst33r wrote:I enjoyed The Richest Man in Babylon immensely.
It was very entertaining, and the principles are relevant today as they were since the dawn of mankind. This should spark some thirst for specifics applicable today.