- Apr 9, 2013
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it really is interesting. both CDN and US banks have been hits pretty hard this past week or so. I wasnt paying attention back in 07/08 so this is the most notable pull back i have seen.Anyone buying this dip yet?
I've only been buying things that look like a good deal in and of themselves, not really relative to the market. Mostly stuff that's sitting at 52 weeks lows or significantly off highs that I would like to add in any case.I can't tell if I made an idiot move or a good move. I was distracted while contributing to my IRA earlier this week and ended up contributing to my Traditional and not Roth. Not much money but whatever. Well I wanted to buy yesterday but the funds are for some reason on hold in my T-IRA until Tuesday vs. my R-IRA which are immediate.
Seems like all the good deals are really just buying where they were in November. Is that really a good deal?
i picked some of this up near the $250s and got uber lucky when they announced new CEO, sold half my position and holding the rest for now.it really is interesting. both CDN and US banks have been hits pretty hard this past week or so. I wasnt paying attention back in 07/08 so this is the most notable pull back i have seen.
Chipotle has been hammered as well and i've been wanting to go long on them. I've been rewarded by not doing so though.
I'm still 2-3% off my peak still…Back to where I was before the "correction".
Has to be a troll..I'm still 2-3% off my peak still…
Saw this interesting thread on Bogleheads… someone bought SVXY on margin and now owes TDAmeritrade $110k.
Was feeling a little remorse after the dip since, had I followed the plan, I would have moved a bunch of money out of risky categories sometime in early January.I'm thinking about splitting off some of my Wisebanyan roboadvisor account into a lower-risk category.
I'm going to have to pay a whole lot of tuition over the next 3 years, some of which will be coming from ongoing earnings, some coming from investments/savings (not sure that's a meaningful distinction...if I don't pay for it from income, I am paying for it from investments, and if I do pay for it from income, then I am spending money that would have otherwise been invested).
I'm not worried enough about a crash to want to go to cash, but unlike my very long retirement time horizon, the timeline on these expenses is very short. Would suck to have to sell/spend at the bottom of a recession just because that's when the bill is due, but shifting the money to a more conservative profile would give some security.
Will have to think more about whether a separate pool with low risk is a better option than just lowering my average risk on the single pool.