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  1. #276
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    Quote Originally Posted by gravitylover View Post
    I had EPD and a few other midstreams and had to sell because my world changed and I needed the $$. I think it's time to get back into it a few shares at a time as I can afford it. Thanks for the kick

    Anyone have any ideas for robotics? It just seems to me that warehouses and the general supply chain need them more than ever and IMO if manufacturing does make a serious effort at coming back to the States it's not going to be about human hands making things. What about companies that maintain that stuff? They're going to needed too.
    Make sure you look at valuations too, but just sales potential.

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  2. #277
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    Quote Originally Posted by gravitylover View Post
    I had EPD and a few other midstreams and had to sell because my world changed and I needed the $$. I think it's time to get back into it a few shares at a time as I can afford it. Thanks for the kick

    Anyone have any ideas for robotics? It just seems to me that warehouses and the general supply chain need them more than ever and IMO if manufacturing does make a serious effort at coming back to the States it's not going to be about human hands making things. What about companies that maintain that stuff? They're going to needed too.
    BOTZ Has performed well with global diversification

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  3. #278
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    Where to Invest Money Right Now?

    My view on energy is that its still great for income but now that every one loves it Id be on alert for a pullback.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muted reborn View Post
    If MT is right he should be calling out kevo's googling bullshit - that's the TGR way. Can we get a ruling here, any other accountants present to make a call and end this?
    No. Only dentists.

  5. #280
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevo View Post
    I didn't invent some novel, dangerous tax avoidance strategy. I merely mentioned a well known, well documented strategy so that other people who could benefit from it could learn about it.

    We have a CPA in this thread who at first claimed there was no benefit to said strategy (it's fucked up and stupid, don't listen to Kevo) and started name calling when I dared to contradict him. I've provided documentation from multiple sources to every claim that I've made. I stopped replying to this thread for weeks, then when called out "where are you, big man" I responded respectfully. More name calling ensued.

    Now it's not that there isn't a benefit, it's just that it is so esoteric that it is pie in the sky theoretical shit....Except that it is something that roughly 10% of households could benefit from.

    MT hasn't engaged even once with the content of the source that I've linked to. Just character attacks and name calling.

    I make backdoor Roth IRA contributions. I learned about backdoor Roth IRA contributions from a friend who is a CFA/CFP who retired early from managing an 11 figure pension fund. My friend who is a tax lawyer makes backdoor Roth IRA contributions. I have several doctor friends who make backdoor Roth IRA contributions, as directed by their CPAs. There are other people in this thread who make backdoor Roth IRA contributions as directed by their CPAs. This isn't a controversial topic with any CPAs that I've personally engaged with.

    Either everyone listed above and I have been led astray by a roving band of misfit CPAs who have written countless articles and books that explain the reasons for doing what we're doing (I'd love to know, by all means I'll stop doing what I'm doing if the information I'm following is proven wrong) or someone else wasn't familiar with this particular strategy and refuses to admit so.

    @Adironrider- you don't know me dude. I wouldn't purport to know anything about what you know or don't know. Just stop.

    If MT is right he should be using his personal expertise to disprove the content of sources I've linked or referencing any outside source other than personal experience that agrees with his take. He's repeatedly failed to do so.

    That's my piece. I'm done talking backdoor Roth IRAs in this thread.
    Yeah Backdoor IRA contributions are a no brainer if your traditional IRA isn't full of gain. I fund our IRAs every January and immediately convert the $ to Roths.

    So simple and a no brainer

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