jackpullo997 wrote:I read this elsewhere, and wonder what do BH's say to this guy?
StarbuxInvestor wrote:My wife has pointed out several times you were more relaxed when we had less saved.
LAlearning wrote:Who had a negative return?!
cheese_breath wrote:Shaving expenses? I thought this was going to be about Burma Shave.
livesoft wrote:But one can also have the dividends go to the cash sweep account and manually reinvest them if they want to create cash turds.
Calm Man wrote:Why would somebody PAY to watch a practice round where nothing that happens matters. Shouldn't they pay you for this?
JVT wrote:Saving huge amounts to retire early from a miserable career/life should not be the goal
HomerJ wrote:Again, $1 a year for even 2 billion users doesn't make a company worth $19 billion... In the 10 years before FB makes a profit, something new will come along.
nisiprius wrote:Do "check engine" lights actually sound a "ding!" when they come on?
The Wizard wrote:If I was 25 with $2.5M in investments, I'd be thinking: OK, what's it gonna take to get this nut up to $5M?
mhc wrote:You may want to try playing with firecalc.com. It may give you a feel for what you are asking.
Riceman wrote:Would this be generalizable to all purchases, or just homes? Buy the best ____ you can afford. Car? Golf Clubs? Furniture? Coffee Machine (oops, I did that one).
bigspender wrote:My Testla model s got the highest score ever in that test.
Go figure, sometimes you have to pay a little for safety.
pa7VQbb1kTkj1eLn3spK wrote:You are now illegally using that software since you are no longer employed by the company.
deikel wrote:Does anyone know a simulation and published data on this (rebalancing between bond/stock vs holding bond/stock vs holding stock only) ?