JohnnyFive wrote:I'm certainly not ignorant
Sents wrote:Darn, I shouldn't have sold everything yesterday night because I thought there was an impending crash.
nisiprius wrote:Alternatively, we think 5% is an allowable loss because we have 20 digits total and we can survive the loss of a finger or toe fairly well.
pennstater2005 wrote:I don't consider myself a sitting duck.
pennstater2005 wrote:And I'm not sure what "times like this" means.
dgdevil wrote:For sure, but one does not need to be a sitting duck at times like this in the market.
livesoft wrote:We all work for Google, so we will fix that for you right away. Maybe you should e-mail somebody who actually does work for Google Finance? That might be more productive and would get things fixed for the rest of us.
BornInCA wrote:I wonder how those who bought Facebook at IPO day fared
Funkey wrote:What ever happened to the Munchkin Man? I really like his writing style. Shows some real pzazz.
Browser wrote:But it does illustrate the importance of investing as much as you can into stocks as early as you can in your working career. So Amigos - forego that Bimmer, the trips to Las Vegas, and the 5-bdrm 4 bath McMansion and buy more stocks while you are still young and dumb!
livesoft wrote:Now I am embarassed by my great starting salary and that of my spouse.
LongerPrimer wrote:So, What is the answers to: A High-Return Future. Are we prepared?