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Good morning BH, Going on my hike this morning. I have not searched all the posts, so if comments have already been made, I have not read them. I am looking at GE r...
Hi All, As a quick background, my mom has asked me for help with her finances. The previous thread touched on a few issues (housing, her revocable living trust, etc), but to ...
Hello all! Looking for some advice before I transition into a new job and the new year. I am just trying to maximize every opportunity both in tax areas, finances, and fu...
Key Indices built up gains after a positive start. Nifty manages to keep gains after opening in green, led by pharma, metals and media stocks, while only PSU Banks and FMCG stoc...
Hello, I will open manually a trade and close with Super Signal indicator, close Buy when a red cross appears, close Sell when a green cross appears. Any help welcome. Thanks...
I know this subject probably brings up a lot of negative ideas, but is it good at identifying long term potential reversals? I don't limit myself to one or two currencies, and ...
People buy gov. bond then gov. gets money. How do they manage these money? Dose it help reduce country's debt? They will take these money to invest in some ways with higher retu...

Yesterday

A little background: My mom passed in 2008 when I was 20 years old. I did not receive 2 separate inherited IRA accounts until 2010. I was the original beneficiary of both, and m...
Hi everyone, I've read posts on this forum for some time now, but this is my first post. I just started by first real job, so I wanted to go over my situation, get any feedback,...
My taxable Vanguard account is mostly based on Paul Merriman's Ultimate Buy & Hold strategy. It's basically 80% stocks, 10% bonds, and 10% gold. Bonds and gold are my security b...
To make a long story short, I never thought I would ever retire. I put money in my 401k and have a small investment account using the three fund strategy which is a take on the ...
Hi all, Not sure if we are late, I am asking for advice for my 12 year old son - on what type of savings we, as parent should start for him ? Please advise. Thanks, Kevin
I may have posted something similar a few years ago. I work for the federal government and I am a GS 14-2 in the Bay area. I am 39 years old and single, no kids. TSP L 20...
I am retired, primarily invested in index funds with a 60/40 split. I keep hearing conflicting things about whether I need a cash reserve past a six month emergency fund. Seems ...
Just received a terms and conditions update from Everbank in the mail. It seems they want nothing to do with my filthy Swissies anymore. Starting mid-December they will impo...
i have seen members list there portfolios some of there are significantly sliced and diced with 7 8 9 different funds ie small cap value small cap blend etc..my question is how...
Traders Beware: The `VIX Elephant' Is Due to Stampede the Market By Luke Kawa (Bloomberg) -- Derivatives traders should brace themselves for massive volumes in volatility-link...
Hello all, my mom told me I should have a plan incase i die so all of my funds can go to her and thats fine. i was wondering if anyone here has a transfer on death plan with som...
We're comfortable with our asset allocation and have 2 years of expenses in cash and intermediate-term tax-exempt bond funds in our taxable accounts. We're likely to retire in ...
Under the senate tax proposal, investors would have to sell their oldest shares first, which typically results in a larger capital gain. If this goes through, would it make s...
I'm 33 and put 15% of my income towards retirement. New to the Bogleheads world. Emergency funds: roughly 3.5 months of living expenses. Debt: 10 years until house is paid...
I have my HSA in SelectAccount for two years now. My main goal of HSA is to use it as IRA, that is put as much as possible of the HSA balance into mutual fund investment and don...
I have a 403b which is doing fantastic. My deceased husband had a 401k that has now been transferred to my name. He never kept a lot in this account as the investment choices ...
Hello everyone, Before I do this, I wanted double check with more intelligent investors and see if what I'm thinking is a good move. This is what I had as my investment elec...
What percentage of your annual expenditures are you targeting for travel once you are retired? In our case it is looking like somewhere in the 25%-35% range if we followthrough...
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