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Got a difficult finance/investing question? Try googling, "Difficult question X bogleheads". Just throw the word bogleheads in there, click the link to the forum (or sometimes this subreddit), see that your difficult question has already been asked and answered in 13 pgs of detail.

Got a difficult finance/investing question? Try googling, "Difficult question X bogleheads". Just throw the word bogleheads in there, click the link to the forum (or sometimes this subreddit), see that your difficult question has already been asked and answered in 13 pgs of detail.

Enodma

Sadly the kind of people who post those kinds of questions don't frequent the sub and thus wont see this post


PEEFsmash

y not


Enodma

Cuz reading is hard Unless you pin it of course


PEEFsmash

I'm talking about genuinely difficult questions, not low level ones


callmetom

I don't like it either, but this is a part of Reddit. Every advice sub ever has the same questions asked day in and day out. Eventually it boils over and we get posts like this, which never help because if those people aren't reading the sub to see that the question has been asked and answered ad nauseum, they're also not reading to see these posts. Hopefully the average Reddit user gets smart enough to think to search first, but that just doesn't seem likely.


PEEFsmash

I'm actually talking about difficult and unique-seeming questions, not every day repetitive easy ones.


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PEEFsmash

In my experience, adding "reddit" to a search yields the absolute worst investing advice. The goal here is generally to get directed to the bogleheads forum.


DrTwoWheels

That’ll take you straight to r/WallStreetBets and you’ll get terrible advice


Doc_Seven

“Should I invest in options expiring this week Reddit”


Wirelessbrain

Try site:reddit.com/r/bogleheads (or whichever relevant subreddit).