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  • theceltbeserk theceltbeserk May 10, 2010 3:39 PM Flag

    Guess the closing price on NRO on 12/31/2010

    $8

    .04 div, for a 6% yield.
    A special year end payout will be announced, and the fund will shoot to $8 by the end of Dec 2010.

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    • Sure hope you are correct. We bought in initially on 9 Aug 07 and then loaded up on 13 Apr 09 at 2.06 and again on 4 May 09 at 1.51. We now hold 5000 shares and find myself wishing we had bought more. retiredafe8

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      • I had paid as high as $12 I think, with a 9% yield. I also bought as low as .69 with a 30% yield or something like that. I bought a lot more below $2 than over $2 the past few years. I did sell my position (3.40ish) to raise capital for a private investment deal.
        I am really itching for that deal to pay off a little bit, so I can get back in.
        I am bullish on North America. Europe is heading towards Socialist Hell. Asia may or may not be a bubble ready to burst. Even though the US also has debt issues, it is still the best of the worst and capitalism will live on, as long as the US heeds what is happening in Europe. The gvt cannot help everyone, nor can it pay them 14 months of salary for 12 months of work.
        Sorry....Soapbox speach. lol

 
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