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druid_of_scranton 3 posts  |  Last Activity: Jun 9, 2015 10:05 PM Member since: May 25, 2011
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    crack spread

    by collinsfriedel Jun 7, 2015 11:37 PM
    druid_of_scranton druid_of_scranton Jun 9, 2015 10:05 PM Flag

    Actually, ALDW's {"Crack spread" is unchanged. It is still 3:2:1. Do you mean "Brent to LLS crude differential? LLS to brent is $.38, up from (1.13) q 1. Or do you mean Qtd 15 Brent WTI $5.67 up from q1 $5.53?. The only negative I see is the WTI-WTS spread which is (0.34). down from .97 q1 and down from $7.35 2Q 2024.

    I think your info is anecdotal or inaccurate. Check "Howard Weil" Weekly refining indicator report". Google it
    Just sayin. This business is way more complex than some googled "spread" number.

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    state taxes

    by fuchs.felicia Jun 2, 2015 11:20 PM
    druid_of_scranton druid_of_scranton Jun 3, 2015 8:01 PM Flag

    You live in NY, you will heed NY's "total income threshold" what ever that is. Why, if you live in NY, would you be concerned with "CA, NM, AC, CO" "total income threshold":?

    If you are only purchasing $20,000, I doubt you are exceeding any state's "total income threshold." If fact, you probably qualify for the Federal earned income tax credit, as the distributions on your purchase of ALDW will be a return of capital until you recapture your purchase price in distributions 6 years from now.

    You will not need a CPA for ALDW's K1. You will simply fill in the K1's number on your Federal and State income tax.

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    tax on merger

    by fergusdunnion Apr 28, 2015 12:09 PM
    druid_of_scranton druid_of_scranton Apr 28, 2015 12:40 PM Flag

    Technically, it wasn't the merger that triggered the taxable event. Only the $30 cash would have been a capital gain distribution had it only been that. It was the conversion to the Ireland entity that caused it. The conversion was like a sale and a long term capital gain for all holders of both QCOR and MNK and the conversion price of $87 or so.

    It's a great question though, just not one to ask here. Longs here can tell you about the short squeeze and about the virtue of holding Chinese no earnings stocks along with you MNK

    Long term capital gains... not so much