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>>But my retirement account is where it was over 7 years ago. These are the good times? These are the good ole' days?<<Wow, it sucks being you. My retirement account is roughly 400% higher than it was 7 years ago. In another 8 or so I'll be ready to go fishing full-time.Here's something that'll help you: http://www.wellbutrin-xl.com/?banner_s=29870333&rotation_s=13023428If you'd rather not try that: http://www.fortunebrands.com/brands/spirits.cfmHave fun!
Austin, most of us live in the "REAL WORLD". Our retirement plans do not allow us to invest in individual stocks (unless you work for that company). So please explain to me, and everyone else, how you have achieved 400% returns over the last 7 years, and in 8 more years plan to go fishing full time.
>>So please explain to me, and everyone else, how you have achieved 400% returns over the last 7 years, and in 8 more years plan to go fishing full time.<<Simple: I've been max'ing out my 401K (with a 50-200% annual corporate match!) and a hella phat IRA, both of which allow me to move my allocations around at any time. Good stuff!
400% is right , do the math. $1000 then $5000 now
>>400% is right , do the math.$1000 then$5000 now<<Um, that would be 500%...That's OK, though. That "wilsrjr" joker will find your numbers valid, I'm sure.