Thanking Trump is a bit of a stretch, but my 401k is doing quite well.
Over 130k and you are crying poor and claiming you arent doing well under trump.FYI THAT CD is over $130,000 and I don't consider that chump change! And, at 74 years old I've got enough sense NOT to put that money in a fucking stock market!! Would you? [/rolleyes]We are talking about 401ks not measly bank CDs
A cd at less than 3% thats not smart investing
You should be following investment sites on twitter not SJW cry-fest bloggers who should be throat punched for their ignorance.Doesn't mean anything til you pull it out. The stock market is doing well, I'm in an index fund, what should i b doing mr genius investor?
There are PLENTY of other reasonably risk averse investment types out there that pay more than CD rates.FYI THAT CD is over $130,000 and I don't consider that chump change! And, at 74 years old I've got enough sense NOT to put that money in a fucking stock market!! Would you? [/rolleyes]
First, I'll point out that those numbers are for the Dow, not the "stock market". I've never actually met anyone who's portfolio mirrored the Dow, so it's a meaningless index in my opinion.Lets see...stock market goes from about 18000 when Trump was elected to nearly 28000 now...probably the largest jump ever in that amount of time.
@ 74 years old you'd put that money in stocks?I am also not super thrilled with how low interests rates are today, but for different reasons I'm guessing. Now, if you're voluntarily buying a CD at 1.3%, that's on you. A savings account would pay more.
And yes, I would put that money in the stock market.