Recently, Vanguard allowed me to experience that investing for the future doesn’t have to be a sacrifice for the present. In reality, it is possible to have it both ways by planning ahead. Being in a committed relationship can easily turn things into a routine. As a result, it is important to do the unexpected and why not hit the road to explore even further. Living in Southern California I have the opportunity to be able to go on different dates to keep my relationship alive. Although, it is nice to step out and have a change of scenery every now and then.
Top 3 Things to do in San Francisco
- Golden Gate Bridge. San Francisco is known for the Golden Gate Bridge. Therefore, it’s a must to stop by when visiting the city.
- Rent a Bike. For future reference, renting a bike is much more affordable than parking, uber, or even lyft. In addition, riding a bike around town gives you the opportunity to tour the city. Tip: If possible, ride a bike across the Golden Gate Bridge.
- Alcatraz. Needless to say, Alcatraz is a historical prison to visit. In our recent visit, we had the opportunity to have a tour and it was mind blowing. Tip: Make sure to purchase the tickets in advance!
- Are 11% more likely to laugh with their partner compared with clients of other investment firms
- Are 18% more likely to cuddle with their partner compared with clients of other investment firms
- Are 14% more likely to make time for date night compared with clients of other investment firms
As the year comes to an end, start envisioning how 2018 can be the year to discover Vanguard. It is very easy to get started and enjoy the benefits of being a client.
The Where Investors Belong survey was conducted by market research firm Kelton Global in 2016. It polled 1,000 Vanguard clients and compared them with 1,000 clients of other investment firms. All differences between Vanguard clients and clients of other investment firms are statistically significant at the 95% confidence level. The parental stat refers to clients with children of any age who provided the number of hours per week they typically spend with their children or who, compared to other people they may know, believe to be more involved in their child’s life. . The experiences of these Vanguard clients may not be representative of the experience of other Vanguard clients and aren’t a guarantee of future investment performance or success.