Thanks Ranjo. Take a look at CEFs (equity) when you have time. They are primarily directed at income investors, you get a very high rate of return and diversification plus you buy at a discount to NAV. Barron's had an article recently about the lack of IPOs of these funds and that some institutions have started buying. They are small and directed at individual investors, mostly retired like myself and because of that quite volatile, many holders head for the exits on any potential bad news. I also partially hedge with QID and made some nice profit from it this week and back in February. Enjoy your vacation!
Take a look at TPCS. It's a turn around story with financing issues resolved and a new mgr that's doing a great job. Just reported good earnings and made a nice move up but I think over time it should perform well. Maybe 400% upside? It's a good tiny little niche company.
My apologies to this board for using it to post a personal message to a long term board buddy.