Wow! Relentless! CNBC plays your annoying commercial so much that I no longer flip channels.....I jsut turn off the TV for a few minutes ! I wonder HOW MANY OTHERS hate your tard commercials!? LMAO! Oh well, it's your business and you can "reef" your ship whenever and however you choose too!
LMAO! You mean that WAS the worst! Today we have the guy waking up and going through his day with 4 investment advisors surrounding him, all taking at once etc.
Okay invesco, the meaning is clear....but the commercial sends people to a different channel LIKE NOW! LOL!
I seriously have to wonder who heads up your marketing department and more specifically, who your ad agency is..........I mean these harrassment like approaches to "getting the word out" are a real nuisance approach. WAIT....let me guess.....your marketing guru is a former political ad campaign spud!????
Nuisance commercials are counter-productive.
Hey Invesco, having worked for one of the fund groups you ultimately absorbed, don't worry, I won't admit it to anyone.....but I have to ask......who is the Marketing Milleniell Idiot that approved the commercial with four brokers verbally stepping on one another while apparently trying to advise an investor?
Somehow the message I have EXTRACTED from this commercial is INVESCO = ANNOYING.
Not to worry, I just turn off the TV, or the sound, or just flip channel.............of course I am probably the only one who does so........I mean otherwise, you wouldn't be accomplishing anything with this ad! Right? LMAO!
SERIOUSLY? This AD walked through the vetting process? Who is your marketing firm?
Here's a better idea.....if you STOPPED putting this crud on TV, you could probably lower your management fees and make your clients even more money!
Nahhhhhh......what purpose would that serve?
The occasional "Daily Interest Hatchet Job" stopped. An increase of approximately 5% daily was paid until today. Today 218% was "Paid Back"
"Will It Occur Again?"
Now you know why The Fed did not extend the back stop and what all of the the low key clamor has been about. It would be useless and with all the cards on the table, it's recognized as so.
The buck can easily break the way it's going. The Fed is basically paying treasury recycling fees and enough interest under the table on reserves to keep things in one piece as it stands over here.
"Over There"? France just surrendered to Germany again after their party lasting more than 65 years celebrating their liberation by the Allies came to a conclusion due to a lack of "other people's money".
The credit rating on the southernmost portion of the old "Axis" was further downgraded by another two notches with further downgrading likely.
The Fuhrer? She has'nt commented yet. She's still waiting for Obama to surrender on behalf of the United States.
And apparently Democracy actuall did mor than rise in Greece. It also fell there a long time ago, as it seems to be doing here thanks to the power the constitution granted to our Supreme Court, the lack of straight spines in our politicians and the lack of common sense in most voters, nearly half of which incorrectly consider themselves federal taxpayers which they are not. They may cry about paying sales tax and Social Security tax or maybe some state income tax, but federal income tax payers they are not. They are not even free to choose for themselves what they think anymore. They gave that ability away with their exemption from federal income tax. If they began to claim their ability to actually think, it would dawn on them that "they need to pay their own taxes".
Unstable Day To Day Volatility In Interest
is being paid from day to day is showing up in the "Invesco Stable Value Trust" Fund as is personally and privately being curiously monitored in a private account in a prominent 401k fund at a large U.S. Property And Casualty Insurer.
These swings back and forth for a day become more radical weekly. The interest paid drops by many percentile on a given day or over a weekend and then seems to be at first caught up. Later the drop cannot be fully recovered in increments over time before a 20% drop in interest paid may again occur in one day. This will seem to be in a daily recoupment over and above the previous daily paid amount although no reason seems likely for an increase other than the previous discrepancies.
At the last check, the drop in one day was an 80.5% drop in the interest paid. The previous one day drop several days ago was 21%.
At this current rate of progression, as seen over the past weeks, the next drop could produce a negative result and thus "Break The Buck" in this fund.
All things are relative of course, and we know what the exposed relative issues are on a daily basis. It is the unexposed we cannot know.
But even in this low interest rate environment, when nearly $900,000.00 earns $67.00 yesterday, and $12.50 today, there is a problem that is due to an "unexposed" issue. Especially when that defecit apears to try to "repair" itself but never catches up before taking another unexpected plunge.
This article "Andreas Halvorsen's Top 10 Positions Returned 28% Since September" shed new light on IVZ.