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This is a good place for discussion about retirement investments. The Retire Early boards are mostly political now. Some discussion of FIRE, but the original FIRE board became a place for conservatives to snipe at liberals. So the liberals created their own FIRE board and blast conservatives. There is discussion about retirement concerns there, but this is probably the best place if you want to talk SS, IRAs, etc.

Atheist Fools if you want some high-brow discussion. Leans liberal, as do most atheists. Also, they welcome everybody that is pleasant. Several theists on that board. Preaching will get you p-boxed in a heartbeat. A lot of politics, but also discussion about science, history, etc. One poster recently asked questions about stellar formation.

Saul's board is great, but not a place for banter. Best to just read most of the time. Plus they have a lot of documents linked on the side panel that say what they do, how, and why. Those are worth a read. No OT posts are tolerated. But their investment results are stunning. I have two Saul stocks, just based on the numbers. It's all about the numbers over there. I disagree with the characterization they are "yuppie" stocks. All they care about are the numbers. I mostly read (have interjected a few times, but it's better just to absorb the knowledge).

Depending on what you want, there are other good ones. Caring for a parent, Pandemic Diseases, the Tax Strategies Board is good if you have questions about taxes, and of course there are company-specific boards (e.g. Intel, Nokia, etc). Plus some hobby boards (e.g. Photography).
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