baw703916 wrote:I thought Gus Sauter's quote was interesting:
"If everybody wants it, I don’t. Avoid crowds."
This appeals to my contrarian tendencies.
The only problem is that since I found this forum, it is difficult to differentiate in my head the Boglehead everyone from the everyone-else everyone.
There may in fact be a reason to tune into CNBC, Bloomberg, etc. every once in a while. SImply to disabuse oneself of the notion that the entire investing world is focused on questions such as the following:
1) Whether Vanguard mutual funds are better than Vanguard ETFs.
2) Which (passive) SV fund gives the best combination of tilt factors, tax efficiency, and expense ratio.
3) Whether it is better to rebalance annually or by bands.
Hope you have found the Kool-Aid as enjoyable as I have.
Most of my posts assume no behavioral errors.