Sat, Aug 2, 2014, 6:09 AM EDT - U.S. Markets closed

Recent

% | $
Click the to save as a favorite.

Voya Global Equity Dividend and Message Board

  • sallybabes sallybabes Aug 17, 2009 3:40 PM Flag

    And again for Sept.

    ---- ----------------------
    ING Global Equity Dividend and Premium Opportunity
    Fund (NYSE: IGD - News) $0.156

    SortNewest  |  Oldest  |  Most Replied Expand all replies
    • Nah. Why? So I can pay 10% and then taxes on top on what I pull out? And have my money locked away? I also don't trust that the gov't will let IRAs continue to grow tax free as they are now. They can change the rules at any point, and they'll need to to plug these deficits they're running. We'll probably lose the dividend rate too I imagine at some point.

      So who knows. I actually have some in IRA and some not so I get the upsides (and downsides) of both I suppose.

      One thing we can agree on I'm sure: taxes suck. ;)

    • Take the 10% penalty if you're going to have enough $$$ to be retired before 59.5

    • I hope to be retired long before 59.5. So that's where we differ.

    • 59.5 isn't that long for many of us, IRA is the better way to go IMO.

    • That's right. If you get all of your $ back that you originally put in, that means your cost basis is now $0. So whatever you make selling the stock is the capital gain, because that is your proceeds and your cost basis is $0. Proceeds of sale - $0 = Proceeds of sale.

      I guess I should have clarified that I meant the div. Of course if you sell you will have to pay on any gains. Since the thought of selling never enters my mind or plans, I generally don't think about it.

      So yes the original point is right, in an IRA you don't have to worry about any taxes ever. (At least until the feds realize they ballooning deficit and pass legislation to retro-tax IRAs --- don't think it can't happen!)

      The point I was trying to make though is if I never sell, and I accumulate enough shares that I could retire well before the legal age of tapping an IRA, why would I want all my shares locked away in an IRA? So the IRA does take away some flexibility IMHO. And I'm willing to never sell, so therefore why not have it in a taxable account assuming most divs are of a ROC nature.

    • capital gains is part of investing...too many of us have sustained capital loss from the chacainary (sp) perpetrated upon us by Wall Street criminals this past year...hope we can all be so fortunate as to have such a "problem" as capital gains...glta

    • The REAL news would be if they DIDN'T declare the 15.6 cents. Here's hoping that day never comes.

    • Bring home the cows mama. Mine's sitting in an IRA anyway so who cares if it's ROC, div, CG, or a combo?

      • 1 Reply to beaverfuzz1
      • fuzz...I agree who gives a flying Ph_....I got some in the IRA some out of the IRA spread across several ING CE Funds...these jokers just sew 'F.U.D' across all MB's and don't even own a single share..pretty pathetic really...Yeppers, we got lots and lots of divies comin' in bashers...jump in the pool and prosper...lmmfao, where were all these @-H%les when the NAV was below pps last Q408...?...hahaha, none of them were screaming "buy"...hilarious and pathetic at the same time...glta!

    • But don't overlook the info that 76% of the distribution is return of capital, only 24% interest earnings (these numbers are estimates for the year).

      • 2 Replies to fbrunotts
      • It seems every CEF has a yoyo that brings this up over and over again. You can draw no conclusions from those distribution percentages. Here's what the fund does:
        * Invests in 65–90 global, common stocks with a history of attractive dividend yields.
        * Sells call options on selected portfolio securities to potentially enhance returns.
        * Buys out of the money put options on selected indices on a portion of the portfolio value to partially protect portfolio value from significant market declines.

        Do you really think you are going to get a 15% distribution from just dividends? DUH!!! Wake up or go over to Alpine. IGD is playing in the option markets and all of that comes back as RoC. Now, is it possible that "some" of the distribution is really our capital? Absolutely, but you won't know that until year-end. And it's also possible that all of it is option strategy and none of it is our capital. Do some DD, it's not that hard .... or stay with Cramer.

      • how would you interpret that information you apprised us of?

 
IGD
9.35-0.12(-1.31%)Aug 1 4:02 PMEDT

Trending Tickers

i
Trending Tickers features significant U.S. stocks showing the most dramatic increase in user interest in Yahoo Finance in the previous hour over historic norms. The list is limited to those equities which trade at least 100,000 shares on an average day and have a market cap of more than $300 million.
Icahn Enterprises, L.P.
NasdaqGSFri, Aug 1, 2014 3:59 PM EDT
Marriott International, Inc.
NasdaqGSFri, Aug 1, 2014 4:00 PM EDT