Lol the robotic response from Flagpole. Even with this year’s dent, I have beaten overall, very handily, over the past 20 years. And not beating a so-called diversified portfolio as you likely have, but beating the S&P.
All while assuming less risk, but doing more work to compensate.
You are still not honest with yourself, nor do you yet display any class or understanding whatsoever.
At the moment I wish nothing more than a huge market reset.
My overall comment - ha! and BS
I agree though with your last sentence though. Market corrections/resets are good long term. However, at this point for me personally I don't care much, and I don't need it to do that so I can get back in like you do. I had long said that if the Dow hit 22,000 I could remove it all and retire on just that, and that is true. Way back when the Dow was under 10,000, I thought that perhaps I would remove all my money from the market when the Dow hit 22,000, but I didn't, and I likely won't until I retire (which could be as soon as 4 years from now) or likely not at all.