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Old 12-25-2007, 09:17 AM   #1
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Which do you consider the better core fund Vanguard Wellington, Vanguard Total Stock Market Index or Fairholme?
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Old 12-25-2007, 05:38 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by Tiger View Post
Which do you consider the better core fund Vanguard Wellington, Vanguard Total Stock Market Index or Fairholme?
Vanguard Total Stock Market Index - of course, theorywise that is.

But then again I've only been investing for forty years - have a Curmudgeon certificate downloaded from this very forum, have old emotional battle scars from prior investments over the decades - and I listen to my opinion only.

age 64 - Target Retirement 2015 for my real retirement with 40% covered by pension and SS.

The real question is why do you ask - what is the assigned mission of the fund.

To a certain extent why you own something is more important than what you pick. The first will often answer the second.

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