You don't have to like Trump to vote for him. He is smart and capable and not out to line his pockets from sellouts and bribes. He knows how to hire good people to do the work.
Bear, Bondies do change there minds when $ hit happens. Some upstream oil Bonds were solid until the picture changed. That said I like FTR and hopeing for a $3.50ish to add.
A little advice. Dig in the maze of #$%$ on Medicare Supplement plans and drug plans. Don't talk to a salesman until you make a decision they will baffle you with BS. You can get assistance from The Council of the Aging like we did. It is better to pick a Supliment plan that will meet current and future needs at the start. Picking a cheapo plan can cost you a bundle if you become seriously ill or wise up and change plans later. I started with a United Healthcare AARP Cadillac plan I plan to keep the rest of my life.
On the other hand the Drug plan can be switched each year to get the best price. If I become ill and require expensive drugs long term I will switch to a expensive AARP Drug Plan .
Picking the Supliment Plan might be the biggest decision of the rest of your life.
I voted today and the early voting crowd was the heavies I have experienced. We waited in line over a hour to vote for Trump. I doubt Shillery gets the votes The Kommie Kenyan received.
I would not say it says anything other than there will be consolidation in the sector. I had a post on FTR yesterday. FTR Bonds fetch a Premium and yield 6-9%. Bondies are not afraid .
Just took a glance at FTR Bonds. They sell at a premium and yield 6-9%. Bondies show no fear,at the present time anyway. Looks like antitrust issues might snag or for sure delay the T -TWC proposed sale. FTR could be a nice conciliation prize fir ATT and me.
FTR Bonds sell at a premium and yield 6%-9%. The bondies are showing no fear. I do think I will stick with Common shares but I don't give financial advice to others( for free).
IMO Trump is not acting like someone who wants the job . My guess the responsibility is too much for him. Hillary is running for her life , it will be the White House or the Big House. I will vote for Trump, he is capable and will do the job if he wins.
All are volatile and can make big moves none are going to disappear. SDOW is not a stock and pays no distribution and I would not hold long term. The other four ( I have three of them) are a buy (or add) at some point to be determined by the individual. I added FSC at $5.50 this week and sold a deep GILD Put not long ago that might deliver shares at $67.50 on Jan20.
No doubt the one you are holding is the least risky and the ones other hold are more risky. Also it would depend on what you meant by risky.
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