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Take me back to where I was.
  • Date: 10/15/18 12:27 PM
  • Number: 90416
  • Recommendations: 6
Like you, DH and I are risk-averse, have our expenses covered by Social Security and have no kids.

1. CDs at Discover Bank, Synchrony Bank and Purepoint Bank are yielding around 3%. I set up CD ladders at several banks, keeping the
  • Date: 10/14/18 6:00 PM
  • Number: 545657
  • Recommendations: 18
It's a sign of market confidence that nobody is discussing the roller-coaster week we just experienced. The Fear & Greed Index is still in Extreme Fear but this has cycled so many times in the past couple of years from Extreme Fear to
  • Date: 10/13/18 9:08 PM
  • Number: 904061
  • Recommendations: 2
DH recently had a tooth pulled and was off his food. I made him a nourishing custard which is similar to yours but heavier on the eggs so higher in protein.

3 eggs
1 cup heavy cream
3 tbsp sugar
1/4 tsp Lite Salt
1 tsp
  • Date: 10/8/18 9:11 PM
  • Number: 545434
  • Recommendations: 2
I used to organize and teach classes in Excel when I was working. Just because.
  • Date: 9/29/18 2:37 PM
  • Number: 545012
  • Recommendations: 13
This is an excellent article illustrating the complex international connections which are influenced by many disparate macroeconomic forces.

  • Date: 9/29/18 1:28 AM
  • Number: 544984
  • Recommendations: 2
Jeff, are you all packed? Aren't you leaving tomorrow on a months-long journey to Asia?
  • Date: 9/28/18 9:10 PM
  • Number: 84105
  • Recommendations: 7
May be of interest to REITs who hold nursing home properties.

  • Date: 9/28/18 12:51 PM
  • Number: 544942
  • Recommendations: 14
Happy days are here again, with good economic growth, record corporate profits and record stock market. Why gloom about an impending recession?

  • Date: 9/28/18 12:36 PM
  • Number: 544941
  • Recommendations: 6
<It's called "Progressive Taxation" and is really common in many countries including my own.>

Tim, progressive taxation refers to increasing taxe rates on increasing current income. (The U.S. has this, like
  • Date: 9/27/18 5:27 PM
  • Number: 544903
  • Recommendations: 22
<US Households have $107 Trillion of Net Worth. There's never going to be an issue of whether or not we can pay off $19 Tn of debt. We could pay it off tomorrow if we wanted. >

Household net worth totally irrelevant to government
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