It sounds like OP doesn't really want anything but feels they should spend the money on something. If you're truly happy with the status quo, I'd recommend just saving the money. Maybe down the road you decide you want some indulgent thing, and you'll already have the money saved up to pay for it.
You are not crazy - go for it. Lots of college age kids, including my sister and our son, take a year off to travel around Europe, so why can't retirees do the same. If you don't enjoy it you can always re-establish your retirement life with a permanent, or seasonal, residence. I have a […]
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nisiprius wrote: ↑Wed Mar 03, 2021 4:40 pm It may be logically impossible for the EMH to literally true to ten decimal places, and yet it might be so close to the truth that any evidence to the contrary is lost in the noise. And it might be much closer to the truth than the […]
Marseille07 wrote: ↑Wed Mar 03, 2021 1:34 pm jarjarM wrote: ↑Wed Mar 03, 2021 1:32 pm Bad day for QQQ/TQQQ folks, the fear of higher rate is strong among growth stock investors. Even RKT is down 28%. I think the fear is ridiculous to be honest. Do you really think companies like Google are impacted […]