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Self-directed IRAs are a piece of cake.
Put the money into the IRA. Buy SPY or VTI. Hold. Sell when you need to take the money out - not until. You'll beat the vast majority with that strategy - almost by definition.
For the older people nearing retirement, you could buy a mix of stocks and bonds, but d...more
I'm all for anyone buying any type of health care for himself that he pleases.
However, the vast majority of end-of-life care is provided to Medicare patients. As I have written above:
1. The current course of providing all that care for the boomers is unsustainable. The young are going to ...more
FYI, I've paid hundreds of thousands of dollars over the years for my own private health insurance. Judging from your post, you have no idea what health insurance really costs.
I'm also pretty sure that I've paid more in taxes than you'll make in your entire life. I find it tedious to rea...more
The more sensible the things you write, the more you sound like a conservative.
I agree with you about the Clinton tax rates. They were higher on the poor and middle class, but lower on the evil rich. (Yep, the Medicare tax was capped in those days.) I believe that everyone should have skin in ...more
You don't have to tell me about insurance. I've bought private insurance for the last 30 years. I has cost me hundreds of thousands of dollars altogether. My wife and I aren't even sick...
"Including yourself". Yep.
And thanks for the insult. If you knew anything, you'd understand that the...more