Now in the 6th year of Dividend Income Investor.
Before buying any investment, go to Core Portfolio for a listing of current positions.
June 18, 2018. So far in 2018 we have been trying to reduce the number of holdings in the Core Portfolio. There are just too many to monitor, and we have missed, no surprise, some opportunities. We have a life outside of this blog and do not spend 8 hours working the portfolio. And we do not earn any money for our blog efforts, altho we never intended to.
Recently we have been selling low paying corporate bonds with the intention of buying new positions in the higher 6% range. But due to the strength of the markets, there are few if any bargains.
We tried to get HCAPZ but the damn thing shot up in price very quickly for some reason. And current positions are very strong so we are not seeing pullbacks which would give us the opportunity to buy at better prices. Trump is a narcissist, but he really has Companies enthused and stocks keep heading higher with bonds strong…..as the fake news press keeps spewing hate speech. It is truly amazing to us that the ultra radical liberals can be so fucking stupid.
Maintain Limit Buy on HCAPZ at $25.40 in case we get lucky and the price comes back.
BUYING Iron Mountain Corporate Bond. CUSIP: 46284PAP9 Mature August 2024. 5.7%. Read article here:
Maintain Limit Buy on ECCY at $25.21 hoping for a lower price.
We added a new picture in ABOUT.
Who would have ever dreamed that Fox Financial Network would beat CNBC in the ratings.
Fox Business Network Dominates CNBC In Business Day Viewers For 16th Consecutive Week
June 5, 2018 12:54 pm by VW Staff
“Lou Dobbs Tonight” and “Varney & Co” Continue as Top Rated Programs in Business News
FOX Business Network (FBN) continued its winning streak over CNBC, topping the network in Business Day and Market Hours viewers during the heavily dominated financial news week of May 28th –June 1st, according to Nielsen Media Research. Following market swings and the release of the May jobs report, FBN’s Business Day coverage saw a 17 percent advantage over rival CNBC with 169,000 total viewers compared to CNBC’s 144,000 for the week. FBN also overtook CNBC in the crucial Market Hours daypart (9:30AM-4PM), delivering 172,000 viewers compared to CNBC’s 144,000.
We have not mentioned http://www.refdesk.com in a long time, so here we go.
If you want to find virtually anything on the internet (except for porn) this is the site for you. Links to newspapers, magazines, and weather/sports channels are just the start. There are hundreds of links to dictionaries, encyclopedias, game sites, government stats, you name it, it’s here.
http://www.HowStuffWorks.com is always a favorite. The home page has numerous sub-categories including money, auto, science and health.
This is one of those sites that has been on our ‘favorites’ list since the dawn of the internet. Try it, you will like it.