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Old 07-15-2016, 06:30 AM   #1
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Old 07-15-2016, 06:41 AM   #2
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Very impressive. Now, if we only knew what variables were being graphed.
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Very impressive. Now, if we only knew what variables were being graphed.
Total investment assets. Endpoint is ER!
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Very impressive. Now, if we only knew what variables were being graphed.
Must be CO2 emissions levels.
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Total investment assets. Endpoint is ER!
And just to be a bit nosey, what is the planned growth rate that you are at present exceeding?
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And just to be a bit nosey, what is the planned growth rate that you are at present exceeding?
1% per month, but that is both market performance and all 401K, IRA, and after tax contributions we are currently making (60% of our take-home).

Investment performance-only, "planned", is at about half of that, or ~6% per year, before inflation.
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The trend is your friend. Looks like you're on course. Good luck.
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