TheTimeLord wrote:For me every day did not begin like Saturday because I like to play golf on Saturday and being in my 50s everybody I play with was working.
1530jesup wrote:Every day ends like it is Friday evening
Every day begins as if it is Saturday
Noobvestor wrote:ivyhedge wrote:Our shiba inu saw Bloomberg this morning and said, "much sell". I responded, "many buy".
livesoft wrote:One is telegraphing their income, status, and all that stuff. That's why I drive a Lexus. The most important feature is the cost.
darrellr wrote:22 years in IT at this point. 20 of those in an on-call rotation. Not done yet at 46, but getting close (by my choice, megacorp remains happy with me at this time).
westhermes wrote:2) Some of you are not that nice. You know who you are.
TheTimeLord wrote:Totally agree. While I sold my few coins back over $1,700. I think once in their life everyone should hold a gold coin, feel the weight and think whoa this little thing is worth how much?
Jfet wrote:Ack! Based on that chart we should stay as far away from bonds as possible too! Stocks return 462x more than bonds.
lifebeckonss wrote:Why do I still have this nagging feeling that this is too expensive and not very bogleheadish
livesoft wrote:Isn't this called rebalancing on the fly? I thought everybody did this already.
Munir wrote:Kalo wrote:Also am in Total S/T Bond Index instead of Intermediate.
What is "Total S/T Bond Index?"
EmergDoc wrote:Why not buy some GTAT?
http://whitecoatinvestor.com/putting-al ... ne-basket/
market timer wrote:I bought miners the last two days of last week with about 10% of my portfolio:
This was investment without much thought or reason behind it.
futureman wrote:Basically sounds like an illiquid investment
Ged wrote:John3754 wrote:What does your IPS say?
Probably something like 'start another Boglehead thread to see what they say'.
InvestorNewb wrote:Should I buy more VNQ shares even though they have done really well this year?