Not obsessed at all. No more then the shorts for OSTK or NFLX or RIMM.>
OK, So you're a short. If I were you I wouldn't laugh until you were sure you get the last laugh. CFP is heavily invested in EV funds which have been creamed in the past year as Europe melted down. These funds are ripe for surging in 2012 if Europe stabilizes. If this happens, CFP will surge as well - And you will have to find another playpen to feed your daily psychotic obsession. This is because if CFP surges, I doubt you or your short will survive around here very long. Your short position in CFP will be obliterated and you will no longer have to hang around here every day to feed your obsession.
This management staff couldn't fight their way out of a paper bag the ULTIMUS FUND SOLUTIONS LLC./CFP how ever many different names and shells and shelfs they want to confuse individuals with in this racket.
Now that every investor that comes here and is educated to know the difference between a distribution and and a dividend this fund is DONE. The fund team will have to perform or die.
My position can change as quickly as a click of the button; if the winds change which is highly unlikely. They will have to rely on the market and their investments changing to an uptrend which will require them to actually WORK.
By then distribution will have decreased their NAV even to a more pitiful level that it is now. Tjhey are already caught in a vicious cycle that will continue, old WORK habbits are hard to kill.
You use the word obsession, not sure why. I am a big fan of repeating the TRUTH. Making money off of it and saving unknown investors from a financial demise. The fund manager has the option to improve always and prove me wrong.
As for the CFP fund and its holding:
I am well rehearsed on the tactics of its fund manager and team and how they continously fail to perform and seem to charge an abusrdly larger fee for NON-PEFORMANCE. See one of my old posts with the links to their fees vs. other funds that are actually making money or are in the black at a minimum.
As for the EV statement, ummnn, can you provide any actual link for such information? Perhaps I missed something and am always open to education and advancing my horizons; especially of the backs of those that enjoy holding retail investors underwater for their own profit.
Eat the shark, show no mercy to the shark is my motto. These guys arne't much on being shark either, in earnest. If they were they would be able to have left themselves room to manuever and be flexible.
Below is there current holding as of 9/30/11 N-Q form file on 11/18/11.
The ULTIMIUS FUND SOLUTIONS, LLC boys need to put down the 23yr old scotch and start working for that extra .33% they charge more then the other WINNING funds. Amazing people will buy things without reading. Call them yourself. 513-587-3400 and ask them.
CONVERTIBLE SECURITIES - 1.10% CORPORATE DEBT FUNDS INVESTMENT GRADE-RATED - 11.11% DEVELOPED MARKET - 1.52% EMERGING MARKETS - 1.09% EMERGING MARKETS DEBT - 0.13% FLEXIBLE INCOME - 4.93% GENERAL & INSURED UNLEVERAGED - 0.08% GENERAL BOND - 7.14% GENERAL MUNICIPAL LEVERAGED - 5.88% GLOBAL - 1.48% GLOBAL INCOME - 0.44% HIGH CURRENT YIELD (LEVERAGED) - 0.61% HIGH YIELD MUNICIPAL DEBT - 1.98% INCOME & PREFERRED STOCK - 1.81% INSURED MUNICIPAL LEVERAGED - 0.49% LOAN PARTICIPATION - 3.51% OPTION ARBITRAGE/OPTIONS STRATEGIES - 42.11% PACIFIC EX JAPAN - 5.66% SECTOR EQUITY - 2.02% CONSUMER DISCRETIONARY - 0.44% CONSUMER STAPLES - 0.58% ENERGY - 0.90% HEALTH CARE - 0.70% INDUSTRIALS - 0.64% INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - 1.20% MATERIALS - 0.09% UTILITIES - 0.07%
TOTAL EQUITY SECURITIES (cost - $87,213,061) TOTAL INVESTMENTS - 99.38% (cost - $88,068,647)