From October 15th thru November I will be traveling in Ecuador, mostly attending our Chautauquas. WiFi connections will be spotty and I will be unable to respond to your questions in the comments. Please save these for December 1st and after.
Of course, other comments are welcome as always.
Thanks, and enjoy the blog!
Ever since the start of this blog I’ve received questions and requests for help from readers. Mostly these come as comments on one post or another and sometimes by private email. Since most of these questions are likely on the minds of others, I prefer to respond on the blog and I ask emailers to post their questions here.
So with that in mind, I’ve created this page. This is how I hope it will work:
- If you have a question or comment that is specific to a given post, by all means please continue to put it there.
- If you are one of my international readers and are trying to figure out how to apply the advice here to the investment options in your home country, there are two posts about that: Stocks — Part XXI: Investing in Vanguard for Europeans and What if you can’t buy VTSAX, or even Vanguard.Please check them out along with the questions and answers you’ll find in the comments. And post your own there.
This is already growing into a nice data base of international investing info.
- If your question doesn’t really fit with in other posts, right here is the place. Put it in the comments and I’ll try to answer as many as I can.
- Some questions will also become part of the growing series of Case Studies.
The investment ideas of others:
Occasionally in the comments I am asked to read some book, article and/or blog and dispute the ideas in them. I simply don’t have the time or inclination to do this.
If you read my blog you’ll soon have a very clear idea of my views. You can then read other sources, compare and decide for yourself what resonates.
Important points before you post:
Be sure to read the Disclaimer Page. You are always solely responsible for your own decisions.
If you choose to add a comment on this blog it becomes the property of jlcollinsnh.com and it may be used in another post, article or book.