Its no wonder Yahoo stock boards have the reputation that they do.
If you truly believe in Zynga, buy some on a pullback and put it away for the
long term. The only way you are going to get "rich" is if you hold this for a while and it turns out to be a viable company. Those who bought at the IPO are down some $12 a share.
For the traders, most of you will ultimately lose money and the small percentage who do make
money or even a "living" are maybe 15 percent if that.
And yes, gambling online in the USA is maybe 2 years away, and there is no guarantee, that
ZNGA will get a significant piece of it.
And no, I am not a short.
It's a tough call. Some people trade this stock, and some just hold for the Divy. Some try to do both. One thing though, I would not put more than 5 percent of your money into any stock, unless you are in your 20's and can afford to take the loss.
Still don't see the reason for the difference in yield. BOND is supposed to be the ETF alternative.
You can buy PTTDX which is the same fund as PTTRX except for the higher fee structure...roughly twice, bringing down the yield by about the same amount as the increased fee. I will look at the other two funds you mentioned. I like Bill Gross, and his track history is
pretty good. Big question, whats gonna happen with bonds this year?
Yes, I see the annual expense is higher. I have left my employer, but would like to roll over into
An IRA, but assume I will have to pay the higher fee.