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Nuveen Real Estate Income Fund (JRS) Message Board

bonefishinfool 38 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 23, 2012 10:12 AM Member since: Apr 17, 1998
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  • see this coming? JRS has had some very positive movement the past two weeks. With accelerated buying and about 8-9% div, I'll be holding this one for a while. It's too bad they stopped doing dividends monthly like PSEC.
    Good time to add to position?
    Dividend creeping up?

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    IDN insider sellin.....

    by wiselama Feb 7, 2011 3:27 PM
    bonefishinfool bonefishinfool Feb 15, 2011 10:41 AM Flag

    Get in at 1.35, sell at ( 1.5-1.7) ...the stock sticking this company is in provides a great opportunity to just keep trading...
    Make 10-15%,get out, get back in the next day.


    Here's a post from a few months ago:

    There is one way to be sure this CEO is talking nonsense...his lips are moving...My best recommendation is buy at 1.4, sell at 1.8, over and over. There are no earnings, there is no growth, it's all manipulation.


    There are many fundamental problems here, One, the 9 offiers and directors own 48% of the stock , so its price can be easily
    manipulated. Lopsided ownership. Typical micro cap.

    There is too much in house palm padding with cash...Based on their most recent report:
    "The company had net income of $109,803 and paid a total of $20,000 in bonuses under the plan. What ? Are you kidding me , 100k in one quarter and your passing out bonuses?

    The salaries for this company are also off the chart, this company should have never gone public. Based on their current earnings, there is no way they can sustain even their current salaries.

    From latest report:
    The Chief executive officer and director( his wife) also recieve $75,000 in rent( from their own company) to their own patsy company called Eagle Coast LLC.. So Mobilisa and it's investors keep feeding these people outrageous distributions. The ficticious numbers game goes on and on, that's why this company is not growing, they are skimming all most of the profit. Greed.

  • bonefishinfool by bonefishinfool Jan 14, 2011 11:54 AM Flag

    again at 1.5 to 1.7, one can do this all month long! It will be back to 1.3 resistance soon.

  • bonefishinfool by bonefishinfool Dec 28, 2010 12:05 PM Flag

    Buy around 1.4 and once again it will float up to 1.8 or so on ghost news and volume. Then sell. That's a good profit. $400 on every $1400 you put up. Maybe more.

  • There is one way to be sure this CEO is talking nonsense...his lips are moving...My best recommendation is buy at 1.4, sell at 1.8, over and over. There are no earnings, there is no growth, it's all manipulation.


    There are many fundamental problems here, One, the 9 offiers and directors own 48% of the stock , so its price can be easily
    manipulated. Lopsided ownership. Typical micro cap.

    There is too much in house palm padding with cash...Based on their most recent report:
    "The company had net income of $109,803 and paid a total of $20,000 in bonuses under the plan. What ? Are you kidding me , 100k in one quarter and your passing out bonuses?

    The salaries for this company are also off the chart, this company should have never gone public. Based on their current earnings, there is no way they can sustain even their current salaries.

    From latest report:
    The Chief executive officer and director( his wife) also recieve $75,000 in rent( from their own company) to their own patsy company called Eagle Coast LLC.. So Mobilisa and it's investors keep feeding these people outrageous distributions. The ficticious numbers game goes on and on, that's why this company is not growing, they are skimming all most of the profit. Greed.

  • I have owned this sucker since it's IPO ,back in like 2000. This is the gift that keeps on giving, esp if you area divi hound.
    Heres some data:

    http://www.nuveen.com/Home/Documents/Default.aspx?fileId=49249

  • Reply to

    WILL SLRC MOVE BACK TO 23

    by fasteddienumero1 Sep 13, 2010 5:29 PM
    bonefishinfool bonefishinfool Sep 16, 2010 12:06 AM Flag

    Dividend seekers jump on board, if for no other reason, a strong dividend . Say it goes down dramaticly , like 25 % ( not likely) , it's still a great dividend...I am primariy a divi investor and yes gains are great when you got time to time the market, but otherwise, skim the income, park your investments in good divis and then you got guaranteed income! In this economy , you get the plush reward of appreciation too ! One I recommend for the long haul is JRS ( 9%) with Nuveen ,which is moving now. Ignore the divi yahoo posted, it's wrong.... also big on BKCC, TICC, PSEC, ARCC, AINV. Watch momentum and departure form 50d MA. Thanks for the quote jade, I may have not explained it well, but you obviously know what I'm talking about, don't ignore popularirty even if it is unexplainable...
    One can always leave CG's and the gains and losses to when their realized...

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    SLRC is a good buy right now!

    by jadelover8888 Sep 8, 2010 1:27 PM
    bonefishinfool bonefishinfool Sep 13, 2010 5:37 PM Flag

    Jade, A few things to chew on...One, SLRC price is dictated by the amount of buys vs. the amount of sells, that is it, not earnings, not dividend, time of year , nada. Even on a day where a company pays out a distribution like .60 cents, the stock can drop way more or not retreat at all and go up ! , as in have actual effect on the price...it is all truely dependedent on the proportion of buys/sells for that given trading day. Follow these trends and sentiments (ie price rise during volume change) and the prettiest balance sheet in the world may not reflect it's stock price

    Another way to lock in some tidy profits is to day trade this and other bdc's as they are rising and then lock in a price when doesn't want to gamble anymore, and let your heirs fuss about capital gains or losses. If one is truely seeking dividend, buy regardless of price, if not...watch closely !

  • Although the divi is reduced about 25% , what was gained was distributions on a monthly basis, which if one is reinvesting, makes up for the decrease in compunding...not to mention if you are living off of dividends, which has untold benefits. I have always loved companies that pay monthly dividends.. As of todays prices, were looking at a 12.87% yield, that's damn good where I come from ....

  • bonefishinfool by bonefishinfool Jun 23, 2010 11:51 AM Flag

    Here's a related link and some other strong divi's, JRS has stuck it out through the worst economic times, so I am keeping all positions for the long haul...
    Remember, any of you guys want to take any cg's and divis, the rates go up to 10% in the 25% or less bracket, and 20% in the 25% or higher tax bracket. Something to think about before 2010 ends?

    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Oversized-Dividends-in-indie-3316238022.html?x=0&.v=1

  • bonefishinfool by bonefishinfool May 11, 2010 12:56 PM Flag

    Just a FYI- yahoo data off again on JRS, I am not sure how the dividend data just randomly changes overnight ,but for all you lookers and buyers, the dividend is .22 qtr or .88 /yr paid qtrly. This is about 9.2% yield at $9.5 share. Not sure why this keeps getting manipulated. This is as good a entry point to buy as any and certainly anything lower.
    Another positive note bout JRS is that get this******
    *** After reviewing my 2009 broker statement, and looking over statements from Nuveen, all my distributions in 2009 are ( return of capital) , as is stated, are non-taxable distributions? That's what i got, can anyone affirm that? Non- taxable !
    Also, any news on dividends and cg'c taxes? I had heard that 2010 maybe the last of the 10% tax rate? Any tax guru'swilling to help on this one.
    Ultimately , I see this dividend only going up as the economy improves.
    Any input appreciated !!

  • Things have been charging ahead, and a way double volume yesterday and a surge in price, looks good for JRS, a lot of buying going on. Who know maybe a divi increase down the road?

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    Big Advance today, following div. announcement....

    by seadog72 Mar 8, 2010 10:33 PM
    bonefishinfool bonefishinfool Mar 9, 2010 3:49 PM Flag

    If any of you jumped in at the last dip at 7.5 you may now be looking at almost 20% in one month? Looking at the institutional holders is also a good sign to see some of the bigger guns in there, even if we are financing their collapse. Remember yahoo data on dividend is wrong. They are paying .22 shr/ qtr which is .88 annual , which at $9 / share is abt 9.7 %annual yield , not too shabby !

  • Be sure to check in with the company or call them directly as their websites are not always accurate either. Their dividend is posted on their daily pricing as well as the yield. Their Yahoo data is typically wrong, I'm surprised the company has not rectified it.

  • bonefishinfool bonefishinfool Jan 28, 2010 10:42 AM Flag

    Thank-you ztruth, that was very kind of you to help me out there. Cheers, bonefish.....

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    Price break-out above 50d moving avg.

    by bonefishinfool Dec 31, 2009 4:11 AM
    bonefishinfool bonefishinfool Jan 27, 2010 12:03 PM Flag

    Hey Bro, Here's the scoop over here.. As I said up above, I have bought and sold thousands of shares of this thing. I have used it as a day trade vehicle when the time is right. Also , as a long term term investent as an income insturment. The point about leaving CG's to teh heirs is about income investing. When you get to the point when enough cash is enough, the cg's can go to ones estate, if any and be redeemed at any time. I don't see that as being irresponsible? Quite the contrary. There is no financial disaster here, nor will there be, but i have enjoyed between 10-20% divis on some of my basis since 2001, I beleive was the IPO. The disaster sounds like it's in your court with Oppenheimer? A new point to make is that if you may take on trading strategy that wins you good cg's over the years, which I have with JRS, and bought at the lows and sold at the peaks, the current theoretical gains or losses can become irrelevant as at some point , the shares have been bought with your gains from the past and the divi is just gravy to live on. I live on dividends , so I must be doing ok. I have had a lot of luck with this JRS, but for certain , this ground may not be stable and will not likely make 15 in your lifetime as rates are zero and bonds will surely plummet as rates climb. If you had the gut to buy and sell you stock , you may own lot more shares...everyone has a different take on risk? I think it is arrogant to think "most people do not understand tax and CG issues", it must be great to know "most people".
    As far as estate plan, everyone leaves something unless you've planned on dying exactly broke? There is nothing to fix in my estate, my family will benefit from good investments which bring yields hopefully through their life. If you use a tax preparer or lawywer , which you seem to be in teh subjective know about, you may not know the law yourself. I don't use either.
    As far as you comment about my spelling, here's tip for your first post experience. If you want to benefit and gain from community with people, overlook their weaknesses, my focus here is making friends that can help me with investing, not exploit their imperfections?? , like spelling Ohh and while I"m on that thread..."greatings" is spelled greetings and "inforce" is spelled enforce, but who really cares?
    Ohh and BTW , the div is .88/share/year or .22qtr

  • Reply to

    AENY RED FLAGS - A SHORT LIST

    by weexposefrauds Jan 27, 2010 10:27 AM
    bonefishinfool bonefishinfool Jan 27, 2010 11:00 AM Flag

    Thanks for the post, no one could have said it any better. Only a fool would read those Silverstein newsletters. It is all an attempt to pump up the stock price.. Good post , accurate facts....

  • Can anyone offer what the stock swap arrangement was for CPQ when it merged and joined HP to form HPQ? I am specifically looking for the convesrion of CPQ shares to HPQ shares and approx date took place. My records , yes not the best, a very old basis in some old discount trader files somewhere...any help appreciated...

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    Price break-out above 50d moving avg.

    by bonefishinfool Dec 31, 2009 4:11 AM
    bonefishinfool bonefishinfool Jan 7, 2010 11:48 PM Flag

    Hey Hungry, The thing to remember is that you are only out if you sell. You still make the same income per share regardless of price. Well, yes obviously the div . can change as well, which it has...years ago this thing has been paying crazy high dividends. Not so crazy anymore, but 11% in this market ? I "ll take it esp. knowing the worst is over ( i hope) . Look at the volume today. low, means more buyers than sellers with the price jump. I checked and I still am getting .22 share/qtr which is still .88/yr.? where did you get your number from? maybe I'm missing something? , I just check the distribution for 31 dec. I rode this thing down to the bottom and kept on buying, so my loses are diminishing fast. Only u know how long to recoup 35k. Im not a wealthy investor , but I am self taught and in this movement, I would not sell right yet. Wait to 12 or 13. Demand is steaming into REIT's, as long as buying is occuring,the price will move. It is. MOst of my divi investments are ones that I leave the CG's to my beneficiaries to sort out and get teh dividend for a long time. I also like BDC's and Master LImit Partnerships. I will also sell some once in a while , but eventually buy them back. To me 10-13 % year in year out is good deal with most of these, that is unless you are fishing for two, three, four baggers. The longer you hold , the less you loose hungary. cheers and goodluck!

  • Havent't heard from many folks here lately, after beating down to 2 and 3 dollars a share. The price appears to be gaining momentum and with renewed fatih in REIT's, JRS should be trading much higher soon. I have traded this c.e.f. since offering at $15 / share...The div has been steady and good, used to be much better, but faired well in these times. At nearly $1.oo/share ( .88) divi. , and the backbone of Nuveen, it's no wonder the 50d MA has had a breakout. For those of you who bought at 2 and 3, you got your div. and almost 300 %. This is a no brainer buy, I have traded this thing back and forth for years. Also, kept a substantial base of shares for the long haul. My aires can fumble with the cap gains. This is a great way to a stout divi , without the hairball risk of Master Limit Partnerships and BDC's . Although they all have their "seasons". Some viewpoints on JRS would be appreciated...W

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