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  1. #18026
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobMc View Post
    It seemed much like right wing humor, really not that funny. You guys have a low threshold for the giggles.

    Anyone else buying REITs? High rates have been crushing the triple net companies, seems a good time to buy in and lock in some decent yields. Iíve been buying O, PINE, and WPC, have MPW in the portfolio as well but not quite as bullish on them anymore. (Although, if they get some tenant issues sorted out could see a nice increase.)

    It just feels like easy money buying on the way down. Last fall I did the same with GOOGL, AMZN, and AAPL, the prior two fall seasons it was energy.

    When I first started fucking around with this shit I bought in on a covid battered market and applied myself to finding bargains that would rebound. I thought after the first year Iíd be fucked and have been a one trick pony with a little cash made and be happy. As I keep doing it Iím beginning to figure it out a bit and realizing there always seems to be a bargain around somewhere or another.

    Read the shit out of everything you can find, even paying for it. Iíve found paying for an info system pays for itself. There is money to be made, grab some for yourself.

    Donít be me and scrambling to get the fuck retired, invest while you are young and get the fuck out of the rat race.
    What news sources you found worth paying for?

  2. #18027
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    Quote Originally Posted by schuss View Post
    That's like 90% tech.
    They trade a lot. It will change.

    Fidelity Multi-Asset Income has a portfolio turnover rate of 256%, indicating that holds its assets around 0.0 years. By way of comparison, the average portfolio turnover is 52% for the Moderately Conservative Allocation category.

  3. #18028
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    You’re trading ing pizza pizza on the Toronto exchange? Or is there an ADR for that?

  4. #18029
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    Is the stock market going to tank?

    Quote Originally Posted by m2711c View Post
    Youíre trading ing pizza pizza on the Toronto exchange? Or is there an ADR for that?
    If youíre talking to me itís FMSDX.

    https://fundresearch.fidelity.com/mu...mary/31638R717

    Itís my largest holding. Next largest is PASAX. Yield at 6% and rising.

    https://www.pimco.com/en-us/investme...sset-fund/inst

  5. #18030
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    uhÖ ok, i was talking to you, but i was referring your previous list regarding Pizza Pizza Royalty Corp.

    I like the name.


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    Quote Originally Posted by m2711c View Post
    uhÖ ok, i was talking to you, but i was referring your previous list regarding Pizza Pizza Royalty Corp.

    I like the name.

    Ah, thatís one of the things I like about the mgt. of course thatís only a small portion of the holdings but thatís the top whatever in the equity portion. The manager specializes in convertible bonds and has a large position in Draftkings convertible bonds.

    Where they really messed up was very large position in SGHC last year. They own a lot of itís debt too but itís profitable company so no big deal.

  7. #18032
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    don't worry folks it's coming and it's faster than ya'll think

    three weeks from today the middle class the poor the high rollers on credit will all be shaking their piggy bank looking for some coin
    oil at $115 a barrel
    the false economy based on low interest rates and cheap money for 15 years too long
    consumer debt helocs credit cards over priced used cars on loan
    and best of all the clowns we elect to represent us will fail to pass a budget they will continue to fling poo at each side as if what they think does anything other than line their personal wealth balance sheet
    the shut down will last well into late January they will keep the stalemate up for the election so they can leverage that into a campaign against one another
    then you know christmas break and they will all fly home on private jets to celebrate with their families for three weeks
    and finally they will come back from that much needed break and be forced to do something since 60% of the country will be suffering by then

    our own elected politicians will be crashing the economy for us
    what a great country we live in

  8. #18033
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    Ahh fuck it dude, let's go bowling..

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    Is the stock market going to tank?

    The service economy is 70%+ and impact of oil is less than 4% of gdp. Fed action has so little impact on service portion and service wages are supportive. Those are all good reasons for bearishness.

    Fed is so upside down late and with the wrong tools to fight structural inflation.

    Powell basically said long rates werenít his problem in the presser.

    That said. Technical Charts are in a precarious position and small caps (IWM) can completely unravel.

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    Too many things pointing the wrong way. It's making me think of moving some $ back to CDs and other safe, reasonably high yield accounts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fastfred View Post
    don't worry folks it's coming and it's faster than ya'll think

    three weeks from today the middle class the poor the high rollers on credit will all be shaking their piggy bank looking for some coin
    oil at $115 a barrel
    the false economy based on low interest rates and cheap money for 15 years too long
    consumer debt helocs credit cards over priced used cars on loan
    and best of all the clowns we elect to represent us will fail to pass a budget they will continue to fling poo at each side as if what they think does anything other than line their personal wealth balance sheet
    the shut down will last well into late January they will keep the stalemate up for the election so they can leverage that into a campaign against one another
    then you know christmas break and they will all fly home on private jets to celebrate with their families for three weeks
    and finally they will come back from that much needed break and be forced to do something since 60% of the country will be suffering by then

    our own elected politicians will be crashing the economy for us
    what a great country we live in
    Preach Fred 💥

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    https://youtu.be/M_leNmT7xvM

    Entertaining, funny, and horrifying. Murica.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gravitylover View Post
    Too many things pointing the wrong way. It's making me think of moving some $ back to CDs and other safe, reasonably high yield accounts.
    Iím convinced that this is about 80% of why it happens. Self fulfilling prophecy. When you talk about it long enough, which the media will, because they have nothing else to talk about, folks start racing to get out before ďthe big correction.Ē Stockpile cash and wait for the bottom is all anyoneís talking about right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by byates1 View Post
    https://youtu.be/M_leNmT7xvM

    Entertaining, funny, and horrifying. Murica.
    And he’s not wrong…

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    Quote Originally Posted by byates1 View Post
    https://youtu.be/M_leNmT7xvM

    Entertaining, funny, and horrifying. Murica.
    That was 100% worth the watch
    Quote Originally Posted by blurred
    skiing is hiking all day so that you can ski on shitty gear for 5 minutes.

  18. #18043
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    Watching that first thought was Medicare for all and PE out.
    Second thought, seize PE's $27 trillion in profits and apply to the $33T national debt.
    In other words, fuck these parasites.

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    This will need to bounce from here or else.....

    Banks, Pensions, CB's, Funds sitting on 30 year paper from 2020 with a 1.25% yield now have lost 52% of the principal. Euro and Japanese versions are worse off.

    I did try and warn ya'll

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    I'm cool with this, as long as you Kirkwood Bro Brah's stay away from Heavenly when 88 closes- TahoeBc

  20. #18045
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    Russell 2000 near pre pandemic levels. SPY looks 5-10% lower. 4000~ ish

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    Quote Originally Posted by NakedShorts View Post
    This will need to bounce from here or else.....

    Banks, Pensions, CB's, Funds sitting on 30 year paper from 2020 with a 1.25% yield now have lost 52% of the principal. Euro and Japanese versions are worse off.

    I did try and warn ya'll

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    Does the ďdividend masterĒ know what a coupon is?

    Iíd wager average price to par was considerably lower at times in the early 80ís. In fact, 30y bond ďcouponĒ was almost 11% prior to the 87 crash.

  22. #18047
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    Dude’s been claiming the sky is falling for the last couple years, meanwhile the sky has not fallen. Eventually I suppose he’ll be right, right?

    Had 246 shares of MMP, they merged with OKE. Ended up with 164 shares of OKE and a little more than 6k in cash ($25/share). MMP yielded well, so that blew my dividends/month down to $470. Picked up 100 shares of MO, put me back up to $504. Tobacco is down big this week, still apprehensive on losing share price but I can’t pass up the 9.3% yield for a dividend king.

    I still have another 2k sitting in my account. Trying to sell a $7.50 put on CMPS for .58, if it sells I’ll be fine either way, keep the cash or get the shares at $6.92.

  23. #18048
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobMc View Post
    Dudeís been claiming the sky is falling for the last couple years, meanwhile the sky has not fallen. Eventually I suppose heíll be right, right?
    Yep. That's how it works...

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    dude is great

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    Gold is selling like $1.50 hot dogs at Costco.

    https://www.cnbc.com/2023/09/27/cost...few-hours.html
    "timberridge is terminally vapid" -- a fortune cookie in Yueyang

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