his high school team is so so, and he is a so so player, but he got ahold of one last night and sent it a long way for a 3-run jack.
..not for me.....I bought in at 22...loving the dividend payouts....
It is a little know fact that Hoover played 3rd base on his high school baseball team, and hit over .300 his senior year.
Objective follow upon FDR and Hoover. It appears that FDR is ranked in the top 3 and Hoover is ranked in the bottom 10.
George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and Franklin D. Roosevelt are consistently ranked at the top of the lists. Often ranked just below those Presidents are Thomas Jefferson and Theodore Roosevelt. The remaining places in the top ten are often rounded out by Harry S. Truman, Woodrow Wilson, Dwight D. Eisenhower, James K. Polk, and Andrew Jackson. Presidents such as John F. Kennedy, Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton tend to be rated among the greatest in public opinion polls, but do not always rank as highly among presidential scholars and historians. The bottom ten often includes James Buchanan, Andrew Johnson, Franklin Pierce, Warren G. Harding, George W. Bush, Millard Fillmore, Herbert Hoover, Martin Van Buren, Zachary Taylor, and John Tyler. Because William Henry Harrison (32 days) and James A. Garfield (200 days, incapacitated after 119 days) both died shortly after taking office, they are sometimes omitted from presidential rankings. Zachary Taylor also died after serving as president for only 16 months, but is usually included. In the case of these three, it is not clear if they received low rankings due to their actions as president, or because each was president for such a limited time that it is not possible to rate them more highly. Presidents often placed in the middle include William McKinley, Rutherford B. Hayes, and Chester A. Arthur.
when an equity loses 1/3 it's value, it cannot be considered "STABLE" regardless of 8% distributions.
A net minus 23% is outrageous in the GREATEST market in HISTORY.
that is to shame the party. GREENSPAN AND BUSH, SAME PARTY. SAME AGENDA...and always has been.
ROTH SIMPLY PUT IS TAXED INCOME ACCOUNT.
TRADITIONAL IRA, IS TAX DEFERRED ACCOUNT.
POINT WAS LOSSES ON AGNC SP. SWAMP THE DISTRIBUTIONS. what was posted was, YOU DON'T PAY TAXES ON LOSSES. which is accurate. sorry about your panties...sonny
Sentiment: Strong Sell
There is a CEF_'RNP' that manages a port almost inclusively in these preferreds. Like any CEF the opportunity can come to buy at substantial discount to NAV (then opposite can unfold). During tax selling season I was able to buy RNP at a NAV disount at 15.92/sh (and distribution) Today at 17.06 is a -14.5% NAV discount with a market price distribution of 7.03%
By the way he confirms that in his memior book. Your post attempting to 'call out' Tahoe best illustrates a difficulty with factual knowledge. 1st Tahoe was posting about the series A preferred not the common. 2nd even if you had a capital loss on the equity you would still owe tax (in a taxable account) on the distributions__usually referred to as dividends by amatuers (technically they are distributions because as a trust_they are not shareholders but unitholders. 3rd Tahoe posted it was a "Roth" IRA so no taxes__no way unless pulled b4 59 1/2 years of age or a qualified early withdrawal.
you better stick to ur more ridiculous posts__facts are not ur strong suit hearhere.
Greenspan is a registered Democrat