the traditional has the same problems, for me since I am a large saver, real estate has been a better vehicle for long term gains and deffered taxes and it fits my personality better
I would never vote
for hilliary but then I also know how to avoid much of taxes and worked diligently to do so for the last 40 yrs. I even have set up a family trust to put all my possessions in to avoid estate tax which in my bracket is higher than income tax. I didn't say I loved paying taxes but for me being retired to pay lots of taxes is not really in the cards as I can control my income easily.but to pay taxes you have to make lots of money and that I don'tt mind. UNDERSTAND? but let me blow
a bubble in most peoples thoughts Roth IRA s are not tax free.
and here is why: when you retire and withdraw they use up all your 15% tax braclet with "nontaxable "roth income and puch the rest of your income including social security into the 40% bracket. then they use this ROTH income to puch you into a higher bracket for your medicare payment which can increase as much as 3 fold even though you paid in 10X what the aveage person has paid in.
i have enough losses on oil and biotech right now that that is not my worry. just trying to work out of the hole then i look at cap gains and ordinary but I dont mind paying taxes. .
lets say you are interested in buying HZNP shares then why not do it with options today you could have bought jan 2017 $8 calls and sold jan 2017 calls for about a $6 debit for each share which means you would if assigned get it for $14 instead of C$16.80 yes you are capped out at $20 but on a $6 investment that is a double If you bought the stock it would have to go to $33.50 for a double and you don't lose unless it closes below $14 whereas if
you know so little I have been doing these types of bull call spreads for over 6 yrs and 90% are profitable with great returns and limited risk when done in the money. I am covered until 13 ;price which means for me to lose money the stock has to go down 20% in 6 months, while possible and consequently 10% loss on spreads it is not likely and why 89% are profitable. Wise up and get off your ugly horse. You are an annoyance and most ignore you