Tigermoose wrote:I buy a lot of the S&P 500 index because it is available in my 401ks. The TSM is not. I'm sure this is the case for a lot of investors.
kazper wrote:Drew31 wrote:No Shawshank votes yet?
I've always been fond of Scent of a Woman.
Alright, count me as shawshank. Either that or fight club.i know, opposite ends of the spectrum.
gkaplan wrote:Any movie that was on that Critically Acclaimed Movie That You Did Not Like thread.
Silence Dogood wrote:I feel like we've beaten this topic to death already.
Toons wrote:Yes it is,I have seen countless movies over the decades and Das Boot still ranks as my favorite.
MarkS wrote:The Best Years of Our Lives (1946)
ofcmetz wrote:The Wizard wrote:With recent stock market volatility, this "contest" is proving once again that "Nobody Knows Nuthin" when it comes to the markets.
Regardless, I hope I win...
Hey, I picked 1729 and we are headed that way.
Howard Donnelly wrote:Here's a relevant interview with Jack Bogle that was done today:
"Recent selloff ‘nothing,’ stay the course: Jack Bogle"
http://www.cnbc.com/id/102094959?trknav ... :topnews:5
MoonOrb wrote:I'd probably be more fascinated by people revealing which movies are commonly considered absolute garbage but are nevertheless beloved.
I'll go first: Billy Madison.