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The rich get Richer because the poor thinks that every opportunity is a scam Especially investing in stock exchange, real estate, gold, cryptos.
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Is a 60% VTI and 40% BND still good for long term buy and hold strategy for someone who will be retiring in a few years, at age 60? Thank you in advance for taking your time to answer this broad question. Cheers!
Vanguard upgrading is in progress. People who own many of their open-end index funds are discovering that the so-called "investor" shares are being converted to "admiral" shares without them even knowing it. What's the difference? The admiral shares have a lower management fee than the old investor shares, therefore he performance will be superior. Small investors now get the benefit previously afforded to the "heavy hitters". Everyone wins. Vanguard gets to reduce the number of funds they offer, which in turn reduces their costs. People who have "personal" shares are now being upgraded to admiral shares, and the "investor" shares are disappearing. I've been doing this on my own for awhile, but I came to discover that Vanguard was right on my heels doing the exact same thing. I manage numerous accounts for myself and my daughter, and, as of today, they have all been converted. I do not expect Vanguard to eliminate their open-end index funds. They still hold some benefits for smaller investors. For example, fractional shares. ETFs trade in whole shares, but reinvested distributions will result in fractional shares in the account. One feature that everyone should avail themselves of is the election of cost basis. The default setting in "average" cost basis. I recommend changing that to either FIFO or some other setting that gives the investor control over how taxes are reported to the IRS. It's free, so choose the one that works best for you.
It's not how much money you make, but how much money you can keep through investment, how hard it works for you and how many generations you keep it for
Well, we took a hit, but we are still trucking! I am going to purchase a share a week. Hopefully, by the end of 20 years, I will have a nice nest egg :-)
Jack Bogle was a visionary. Watching the money go back and forth between growth and value. Meanwhile I’m owning everything in VTI and spend my time on other things while making gains.
VTSAX for life baby.
How to setup periodic investing in index funds (VTI), say twice every month on 1st and 15th? any insight is appreciated. Thanks.
Let's all join hands and pray for more days like yesterday (7/19). It was a beautiful opportunity to buy VTI on the cheap. It was what I call a "Covid blip". Bull markets need days like that to feed the upward momentum. The buyers need some incentive to take advantage of those who panic when they see minus signs. I simply entered a bunch of buy orders below the market and then went out for the day. By the time I got home, I had bought a total of 500 shares. Now, I wish I had bought more, but that's always the way it works. To whomever sold me their VTI shares on the cheap, thank you. BUY THE DIPS.
Just sold 200 at 223.50. Selling winners to rebalance portfolio after this big runup. Best wishes to all investors...💎
Price has gone up so much. Is it too late to get in at $220? or another vanguard fund which is new and still low?
I added more at 210, and those shares are already up. Good long term investment IMO.
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Anyone know where I can invest in this for a roth ira where there’s no minimum amount? Charles Schwab requires you to buy one full share or more and I was looking to invest $50/week
Anyone else get nervous looking at the max chart? Looks vertical this last year.
Load up before green day
$225.... another milestone (meaningless though it might be). Next hurdle is $250.
Does this etf automatically reinvest the dividends?
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