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Auburn Sports Board
re: Side by Side Pic of Cam Newton & Jeremy Johnson - Sigma
More polished than MSU Cam but it's debatable vs SEC Championship game Cam. Still, JJ will produce huge numbers, no doubt. We'll see if he can take over games like Cam. ...
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re: How much should a person have in their savings by 25? - Sigma
[quote]good ole 911moto droppping knowledge on us[/quote] Didn't he have some kind of strange life philosophy about living it up because you might die tomorrow?...
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re: What should I do? Car purchase. - Sigma
[quote] Stop buying new cars. [/quote] Especially at your age. ...
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re: Getting Mortgage to Buy House before Selling Existing House - Sigma
Minimum monthly payment would be 1% of the balance, so $500. ...
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re: Vanguard Fund Mix - Sigma
If you like balanced funds, it's hard to beat VWENX or VBIAX. ...
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re: Should I be "concerned" about my Roth IRA? - update page 2 - Sigma
If you want to keep a consistent portfolio, and want to specify the % into VTSMX for example, look at Vanguard's LifeStrategy funds. There are 4 to choose from depending on the allocation you want: Growth 80% VTSMX/Total International Moderate Growth 60% Conservative Growth 40% Income 20% T...
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SEC Rant
re: SEC Top 5 players by position - Sigma
[quote]QB 1. Dak Prescott, Miss St 2. Jeremy Johnson, Aub 3. Patrick Tolles, UK 4. Josh Dobbs, Tenn 5. Brandon Allen, Ark [/quote] Wow what a stinky list there. Lots to prove in 2015. [quote] DE 1. Derek Barnett, Tenn 2. Miles Garrett, aTm 3. Carl Lawson, Aub 4. Marquis Haynes, Ole M...
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re: Vanguard's Healthcare fund - VGHCX - Sigma
[quote]As long as biotech's stay at insane heights, they'll probably continue to do better too. IMO, Vanguard's is much safer than the Fidelity version. Just depends on how much risk you want, and how much you trust the biotech sector as a whole.[/quote] As someone who works in Biotech, I can't b...
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re: Book suggestions - Sigma
If you liked Lewis, Liar's Poker is his best IMO. For lighter reading, the Freakonomics books are good. I read Tap Dancing to Work (Buffett) recently and enjoyed it....
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Tech Board
re: Favorite internet browser? - Sigma
I switched from Firefox to Chrome on both Mac and PC and was pretty happy. Now I'm using Firefox again on both and also pretty happy. I guess I'm just fickle, but both are great for me these days. I will say once either gets a glitch, they are equally difficult to fix in my experience. So if bot...
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re: Am I Understanding Compounding Interest Correctly? - Sigma
[quote]Make sure you account for the value of money in 30 years. [/quote] This. It's helpful to set savings goals by determining the expected return (6-8% as above) then subtracting inflation. So for retirement calculations I always use 4%, that way I can think in terms of today's dollars. A...
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re: So severance payments are taxed at 25% - Sigma
Not to state the obvious, but it is income. Imagine the loop hole if severance payments were not taxed. (Unless you mean you are not normally taxed at 25% of course)...
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re: Best Vanguard funds for an investing novice - Sigma
On the top of the VTSAX page, it says also available as Investor shares. Click that to take you to VTSMX. They are the same fund, but with lower fees for a higher balance. ...
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re: How do I start a Roth IRA? - Sigma
[quote]Can Vanguard be setup for automatic direct deposits from one's paycheck? Are the target retirement date funds available? Thanks.[/quote] I think this depends on your employer. Most people just set up automatic transfers from checking directly into Vanguard. Yes, Target Retireme...
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re: How do I start a Roth IRA? - Sigma
[quote]59 1/2 is the magical age where you can actually touch your money w/out penalty. The government made 5.1 billion dollars last year on people trying to access qualified accounts---I guess locking your money up is the norm.[/quote] Roth contributions can be withdrawn without penalty at any t...
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re: Best Vanguard funds for an investing novice - Sigma
[quote]well that kinda sucks. VG is so highly regarded on here and I would like to get something started with them, but even with me doing my research online, like I said I'm such a novice I'd be more comfortable talking to someone and laying out exactly what my financial situation is, my income, wh...
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Auburn Sports Board
re: So I finished college today... - Sigma
It only gets better after college. It's fun to have money. ...
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O-T Lounge
re: What are your "Nice" Tennis Shoes for causal outings? - Sigma
Vans. ...
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re: International Equity Exposure - Sigma
A couple of months ago Vanguard increased the international exposure in its Target Retirement and LifeStrategy funds. I guess you are in good company. ...
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re: Khan Academy - Econ and Finance - Sigma
Not really. I've just been watching them all. Some of them are very basic, like compound interest, so you may want to skip those. But with most of the others I've learned a lot. I've got a fair amount of walking around knowledge but all the theory is totally new to me. ...
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