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Red Notice by Bill Browder - Books
Began this Monday and cannot put it down. Especially page turning for a true story. Browder's grandfather is Earl Browder, former head of the US Communist Party. Bill grew up to be a capitalist investor as CEO of the one of the largest foreign investors in Russia. He began working in Poland righ...
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Rolling active Roth401k into personal Roth IRA - Books
approximately 1% in fees in my current employer Roth401k account on top of the ER of the index funds I’m invested in. Subsequently, the more my Roth 401k grows, the more I’m paying in fees. Is there typically a rule that would prevent me from rolling this active account into a personal Roth IRA ...
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re: Recommendation for laptop/tablet request - Books
Great. Appreciate the suggestion...
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Recommendation for laptop/tablet request - Books
Asking for someone who’s only need is to check emails, browse the internet and Skype. No need to Microsoft applications like Word or excel. Is there a particular laptop with only these basics or is a tablet more ideal? This is for an older person not especially tech savvy. ...
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re: Big Brother 19 - Season Long Thread - Books
https://www.moviefone.com/2017/09/21/big-brother-19-julie-chen-says-cody-won-afp-by-a-lot-paul-robbed/ [quote]EW also asked Julie about Cody Nickson winning America's Favorite Houseguest/Player. To EW, it was surprising, since Cody was out of the house pretty early -- twice -- and was the first j...
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re: Tools to calculate Net Worth - Books
PC is great for overall investing snapshots and cash flow, but their portfolio performance tracking needs work. Told them I really liked their website but handle my own finances/investing. He said he would remove me from their call list and asked me to give them a call if I ever wanted help. ...
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re: Russillo show opinion - Books
[quote]Will Cain is beyond obnoxious[/quote]never had an opinion on him until today. He's fricking terrible w/ this Dana White bit. ...
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re: Portfolio advice - Books
Owning more than 10% of your equity in REIT's is generally not recommended b/c they represent a narrow market sector & limited number of holdings available. ...
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re: Portfolio advice - Books
[quote]all I'm saying is if you want a no risk approach but still have outsized returns it's probably going to be indexing in tech related funds[/quote]Bull shite. There is no free lunch. ...
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re: T-Bob just announced he's leaving WWL - Books
[quote]I used to podcast Culotta and the Prince, then for about a week I tried with Hunt Palmer, but he's very difficult to listen to. So I just stopped. It didn't help that they were knighting so hard for Orgeron either. [/quote]Hunt would at least attempt some objectivity regarding O. Culotta + T...
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re: How often do you make contributions to your portfolio? - Books
[quote] how does one "rebalance" what is meant when i read that?[/quote][link=(https://www.bogleheads.org/wiki/Rebalancing)]https://www.bogleheads.org/wiki/Rebalancing[/link]...
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re: How often do you make contributions to your portfolio? - Books
I'm referring to bond funds, Total Bond Market Index Ideally, I would make regular contributions and allocate the new funds with respect to my desired AA. However, I have limited space in protected accounts (Roth), so once that's filled, I would be making regular contributions that are equiti...
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re: How often do you make contributions to your portfolio? - Books
How are you allocating those $10k amounts relative to your AA? My issue is that I often have limited space in my tax-protected accounts--and in turn the amount of bonds I can buy--so if making periodic $10k contributions, I will consistently end up out of alignment by purchasing equities everytime. ...
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How often do you make contributions to your portfolio? - Books
401k aside, how often do you contribute to your portfolio, and do you rebalance your portfolio at each contribution? I would prefer to rebalance at 12+ months, but it seems the only way to accomplish this is hold off on contributions until this time. I prefer this schedule in part because at ...
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re: Update - Will Add as I get it - Books
Always thought you were an idiot. This proves it. ...
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Palermo's on Jefferson - Books
Stabiler owned restaurant recently opened former Latte e Miele location. Anyone been yet? Supposed to have a similar priced menu to Little Village with a more traditional Italian menu https://www.businessreport.com/article/new-restaurant-set-open-former-latte-e-miele-location...
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re: Question regarding my IRA investment fees - Books
[quote] Is there something that does explain the impact of fees?[/quote]Good starting point [link=(https://personal.vanguard.com/us/insights/investingtruths/investing-truth-about-cost)]LINK[/link] taking the average of your 4 IRA funds (.83% exp. ratio) vs Vanguard Total Stock Mkt Index Admiral ...
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re: Question regarding my IRA investment fees - Books
those are all relatively high fees. [quote]I also have a brokerage account that is invested in BALCX (American Funds). The balance is around $9k. Here are the expenses for this fund: 0.23 Annual mgmg fee 0.15 other 1.00 12b-1 1.38 expense ratio [/quote]You also have an 82% turnover which wil...
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re: Roth IRA advice. - Books
[quote]And it has beat the index, so your argument is moot. [/quote]depends on the index ...
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re: Roth IRA advice. - Books
[quote] I'm telling you right here that most advisors aren't trying to outperform an index. If they tell you they are then I can see why you would be disappointed... [/quote]http://www.tigerdroppings.com/rant/display.aspx?sp=62925472&b=60&s=1&p=62893012 American Fund claiming just that...
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