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Offline steve dave

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Pete's about the most honest guy I know fwiw

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Pete's about the most honest guy I know fwiw
As honest as Trim is ethical?
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I bought 5 shares of apple at $650/share  :lol:

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I invest in a mutual fund that has never lost to the S&P.
yeah thats not saying much pete
cept that pete's a lying liar

Index fund, bro.  BOOM! You lose, I win.

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The Vanguard S&P 500 fund has outperformed over 90% of all domestic equity mutual funds over the past three and five years (and a much higher number if you include bond and international equity funds).

I am pleased with that performance and do not demand more.  Plus, I like that my fees are a fraction of managed funds.

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Since 1990...the expense ratio of the average fund, that is the average amount of expenses that a fund charges its shareholders every year, was about 1.3% during the period. (Over the last couple of years expense ratios have been rising further and currently stand at 1.5%.) By comparison, the Vanguard S&P 500 expense ratio is 0.19%

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The Vanguard S&P 500 fund has outperformed over 90% of all domestic equity mutual funds over the past three and five years (and a much higher number if you include bond and international equity funds).

I am pleased with that performance and do not demand more.  Plus, I like that my fees are a fraction of managed funds.

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Since 1990...the expense ratio of the average fund, that is the average amount of expenses that a fund charges its shareholders every year, was about 1.3% during the period. (Over the last couple of years expense ratios have been rising further and currently stand at 1.5%.) By comparison, the Vanguard S&P 500 expense ratio is 0.19%

Pete is smart. If you buy a mutual fund with a load, you are a complete dumbass.

Regarding Apple, a friend of mine a month or so ago randomly asked me about the stock and said, "I think I am going to buy some, I think it is going to keep going up". I fracking knew instantly I should have sold, but I didn't.  :shakesfist:

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I bought and sold a crapton of AR-15's for super huge profits.

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I don't play in stocks, but my 401k made 17.66% return last year, is that good?

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I don't play in stocks, but my 401k made 17.66% return last year, is that good?

everyone's did last year

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Pete's about the most honest guy I know fwiw
that may be true but that was a lie he just told.
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