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How would you start a portfolio in today's environment
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If you have a work retirement plan such as a 401k I would use that as a starting point.
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Edit: I'm bad at reading

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(04-14-2015, 05:11 PM)rapidacid Wrote: Edit: I'm bad at reading

I'm not only bad at reading, apparently, I don't understand a basic question!


If I was just starting a portfolio in today's environment, it would be a company sponsored retirement plan, if my company did not offer one, I would open a Roth through Vanguard and start off with a Total Retiremt Fund. Then I would read, read and read some more and ask a lot of questions.
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(04-14-2015, 05:27 PM)rayray Wrote:
(04-14-2015, 05:11 PM)rapidacid Wrote: Edit: I'm bad at reading

I'm not only bad at reading, apparently, I don't understand a basic question!


If I was just starting a portfolio in today's environment, it would be a company sponsored retirement plan, if my company did not offer one, I would open a Roth through Vanguard and start off with a Total Retiremt Fund. Then I would read, read and read some more and ask a lot of questions.

And that my friend is what makes this a great community. You can get some good ideas from SA but, you need to weed out some of the authors and "noise".
Good advice here so far and I try to understand what is being said here.

Jimbo
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