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Bogelhead: exclusively (or nearly so) index fund asset allocator. 38 31.40%
Back-sliding Bogelhead: Asset allocator willing to use actively-managed funds. 28 23.14%
Traditional mutual fund owner: Own mainly actively-managed funds, e.g. Vanguard Wellington or Fidelity Magellan. 15 12.40%
Stock-picker: Purchase individual stocks or ETF based on fundamental analysis. 8 6.61%
Technician: Purchase individual stocks or ETFs based on technical analysis, e.g. moving averages. 0 0%
Equity avoider: Own mainly CDs and/or bonds. 4 3.31%
Client: Uses a professional portfolio manager, follows a paid newsletter, or purchased a significant annuity. 2 1.65%
Other or a mix. 26 21.49%
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Old 09-01-2009, 05:46 PM   #21
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Oh you poor guy. I just got back from the dentist a little while ago. Only sat in the chair for an hour. I'm in no pain, but my mouth is tingly...

Hope you feel better soon...
I went in for my octannual checkup last week, and got my cavity filled today. Currently drooling on the laptop.

Other. Partially invested in managed high cost sucker funds and an annuity through nearly ex-CFA. A portion in my AA index funds. The majority is in cash waiting for ongoing DCAing over a period of a couple of years. Some individual stocks for fun.
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Old 09-01-2009, 06:21 PM   #22
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I had no idea that I was a "backsliding Boglehead", especially since I was never a Boglehead to begin with - LOL!

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Old 09-01-2009, 06:30 PM   #23
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Other. Some actively managed funds, some individual stocks, some alternative investments, some bonds, some real estate....
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Old 09-01-2009, 06:53 PM   #24
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I also in the other category . Managed funds , Index funds , Bonds , Individual stocks & other investments .
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Almost have my boglehead certification one more managed fund to unload and I'll be all indexed.
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I'm in the "other" category. On the equity side, still heavy in managed sucker mutual funds and in the process of shifting those to index ETFs, plus a dozen or so individual stocks. On the bond side, heavily invested in individual munis, plus a medium size passel in managed fund. Plus a year's worth of cash in cash sweep fund and checking accts.

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Other then some legacy individual DRIP's and 2 managed MF's which we no longer contribute to we are Bogleheads with indexed MF's/ETF's

At 54% of FIRE target
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I've been all indexed-up for about 10 years now and have enjoyed the ride. Stay the course.
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I voted 'other'.

I think of myself as a 'Boglehead' and believe in the concept. It's just getting to be a long journey to get there.
I'm slowly getting there.

It is a slow journey for me also. Moving to index as managers I like get fired / quit or otherwise disapoint.

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Index fund asset allocator here. Simple is beautiful.
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