Russel 2000 index wen't into correction as of today. A lot of small/mid caps have been getting hammered. And it's a global fund and globally there have been a lot of factors involved. This is honestly the only ETF in my portfolio I've been buying lately though. Not just the price but long term in my fixed income portfolio it's nice having income from equity and not just bonds as well as global diversification.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
I bet we see a 3-5% jump. They already got a replacement lined up. Gross wasn't PIMCO. The management team was. A whole bunch of ridiculousness happened today. Load up on cheap shares.
I'm surprised there has been no conversation about Blizzard's biggest money roller World of Warcraft. I guess I'm interested in hearing the opinions of the investors versus the players. Just to see if there is some sort of disconnect. On the World of Warcraft forums there is a lot of discontent subscribers right now. And they recently lost over 3 million subscribers recently.
I'm holding through whatever happens. 2008 could happen all over again and id still be holding. Income is king for me. I have an endless duration.
I bought in at 22.50. But my position is 3 or 4 months old. I wanted to sell when it was at 24.10 but I'd rather get my income and hold onto the better interest rate without having to worry about getting back in. Inflation is so bad these days having cash is like losing money.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
I can't seem to find any information on its holdings.
Looks like it is a High Yield Bond Fund but the capital growth and yield don't quite follow the HY Bond Market. Also my brokerage doesn't classify this as a fixed income investment but a small cap.
Wanted more information before I invest further.
I saw in the news about a company spin off that we are supposedly supposed to get shares of. Is this something that already happened? Like an Ex date for the event. Or am I still in the running for the spin off buying in yesterday?
I can't help but notice that Treasuries as well as most other bond asset classes are starting to look like a bubble. If there is a bond crash in 2013. How will that effect mREITs or the mREIT sector as a whole?