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Retirement Poll - Weigh In
posted by: llancaster @ Wed Oct 01, 2014 6:48 pm
I was just curious what kinds of returns everyone is seeing in their retirement accounts.

I moved companies a couple months ago but my old 401k was through Fidelity. Since I am only 25 (long way to retirement) I wanted to invest aggressively in stocks. Here is what I had:

FID Large Cap Stock
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Between January and August I was very surprised to learn my return was 12% (have had some accounts that return 2% a year).

How is everyone else doing?

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Hedging strategies
posted by: nikoloff @ Mon Sep 29, 2014 5:17 am
Hello everyone! This is my very first post here!

I am first year studying portfolio management in an university. We have an end term homework on financial derivates with some questions to answer. Although I answered on most of them I still have two questions that I can't find information for. I'll be greatful if the comunity here helps me out.

1. What is the most basic hedging strategy to insure the profit of a mutual fund? Why?
2. During the financial crisis of 2008, in the first month after the market collapse, most of the investment f...
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totally new to investing
posted by: 20phileagles @ Sun Sep 28, 2014 2:23 pm
Hey guys , Thanks for having me!
First off, I have participated in my company's 401K for several years now and kinda just went with the flow. I have alot of options on where to put my money and can split it up between 3 of the available options. My problem is that I have no idea what they all mean or how to pick one. Overall, Ive been putting 10% of my check into it for over 10 years now and I think I should have WAYYY more than what Ive got. I kinda understand the low and high risk investments and I let a friend advise me on the 3 options I'v...
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My retirement plan
posted by: Bonzo1972 @ Fri Sep 26, 2014 2:34 pm
I'm doing some very simple retirement planning. I won't be retiring for about 20 years. I have about $160,000 saved for retirement right now. I'm figuring I'll need about $1.3M to retire. I make $58,000 per year now, and have assumed 1.5% annual pay raises.

I contribute 17% of my gross income to retirement right now. That includes employer match. Iím assuming a 7.0% annual fund growth until 2032, then slowing that down to 4.0% for the last three years Ė 2033, 34, and 35.
Retiring with $1.3M should last my wife and me until weíre both abou...
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Advice on how to invest programmatically
posted by: PapaGeek @ Mon Sep 22, 2014 3:31 pm
As my user name might indicate, Iím a bit of a computer geek, not a financial advisor or proclaimed expert. Naturally with that background Iím trying to write a computer program to tell me how to invest! At least Iím a consistent geek!

We just moved all of our IRAís to Fidelity and they give you a way of sorting their select fund list by any of their ROR columns, 1M, 3M, 6M, 1Y, Ö As I analyzed the results, what else would a geek do, I found a lot of inconsistencies. Just because a fund did well over the last 3 months doesnít mean it did...
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Thoughts on investment
posted by: Publius @ Sun Sep 21, 2014 4:09 pm
I have a decision to make on how to fund an investment and would like to get the board's thoughts on the different scenarios that I am considering.

First, the investment: This is a portion of a partnership buy in for my wife's surgical practice. She has been a partner in her practice for three years and this fall, the ownership in the building that the practice leases is up for renogiation. The partners that have a share in the ownership of the building are refinancing to remove their equity and restructuring the debt to allow newer par...
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Retirement Plan - I have no clue where to begin - HELP!
posted by: Island Girl @ Sun Sep 21, 2014 11:19 am
Hi Everyone,

I'm new here, first my apologies for the very long post. I'll be 37 on Tuesday and have been thinking about retirement very heavily for the past few months. I do not have ANYTHING saved for my retirement at all - $0.00. I am beginning to get very stressed about this and I have no idea where to start. I make $60,000 a year and I'm in serious debt - $36,000. I have a part time job at a hotel so I can work faster to pay off the cards but for the 18 months I've been there, I am not seeing the results as something keeps coming up.

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