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Old 04-21-2007, 04:28 PM   #61
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E = [(A+pK)^F]/2.751

My roommate is a nurse midwife, who has been paying back her Yale nursing degree by working with various poor groups US Virgin Island, "farmers" in eastern Tennessee and now Pacific Islander here in Hawaii. All of the groups have a lots of kids, I am sure they will plan accordingly knowing that our government has calculated the cost of additional children with such precision.
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Re: Kaderli's 90% S&P Portfolio
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E = [(A+pK)^F]/2.751 I like this formula...

Would you define the variables in the equation? And if possible point to the source.

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I guessed you answered that too. No one knows what the future holds. Past performance is not a guarantee of future performance. It is like throwing darts. You threw your dart and it landed on the SP500. And your "sticking" with it. Nuf said. Thanks.
One other thing about our investment style. We make it clear in our book that our approach to investing is not for everyone. However, we must be doing something correct as we have been retired for almost 2 decades now, and have a higher net worth today, than when we started. And thatís after living and spending for 17 years. What is important is for you to be comfortable with your choice and stick with it. Constantly chasing performance is a sure recipe for underperformance.

I saw this constantly in my previous life as a stockbroker.

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