thomasbayarea wrote:Toyota Prius
johnep wrote:$15 extra per year! A little perspective is needed.
jsl11 wrote:I suggest cash. There are no fees, no expiration dates, and it is universally accepted. What's not to like?
animule wrote:Not exactly a solid foundation for prosperity, going forward. When this pops, it is going to be ugly.
Angst wrote:There are so many things related to IT that Vanguard covers poorly, it makes me both angry and sad, then again I'm fairly resigned to it
Gort wrote:Middle wrote:When has VGSTX outperformed VTSAX?
I think you meant "VGTSX" rather than "VGSTX".
travellight wrote:I totally agree with this. I would not feel comfortable retiring at 30 with less than 10 million (if married, with a kid).
Blue wrote:And in 2013 the cost appears to be ~$60k per year private instead of the ~$50k per year when the thread was started.
InvestorNewb wrote:They might be... but I'm more of a subscriber to the "Nobody knows nothing" philosophy, as Jack Bogle has said before.
rob wrote:Cool - maybe they will let thei hair down next and make it case sensitive
Grt2bOutdoors wrote:The market is giving us an early holiday present - nothing will happen until the New Year.......at least until it does.
Electron wrote:Can stock prices continue to appreciate at the rates seen since 2009?
vpotus wrote:The question is... WHEN do I invest the money into an index fund?
dad2000 wrote:Easy... Bogleheads.org.
leonidas wrote:It seems odd to me that someone 35-44 has an average balance of 54k.
Grt2bOutdoors wrote:Why not split your domestic holdings in half - 50% large cap, 25% mid cap 25% small cap?
baw703916 wrote:I have five gold bars buried in my backyard ten paces north of the magnolia tree.