Hee, hee. Are you not the person who went off line for a lonnnnnnnnnnnngggggggg time because your computer went down and you didnt have the funds or the will to replace it? Come on man, is that IT? HAHAHAHH.
I'm onto his little game denny. It is rather a form of sport to shoot down his exaggerated and fabricated claims. The surprising thing with rivvir is, he does even know it when he has been flattened and rolled on the board of logic. Hee, hee. Regards, Iggy
Reality is a foreign nation you do not live in. Could you even find their phone no. in the Cayman Islands? If you are that curious pick up the phone and call them. Im done doing the legwork on this one. NOW APPLY YOURSELF AND CALL THEM. As for 5 YEAR RETURNS. Here is what 10K turned into the last 5 years. POAGX: 42K CGMFX: 15k and CGMRX: 24k. As for 10 year returns FX gets thoroughly trounced by GX and RX with POAGX still beating yer real estate fund. Source: MORNINGSTAR.
Go to Wayfarer Capital Ltd and look at the raw filing links. The amount sold increased in 2014 . Follow one of the links and you will find more info, including the Cayman Islands telephone no. Call them.and see if they will tell you more about this very PRIVATE fund, heh........I gave you the means, now do it.... and perhaps you can add 2 million (minimum) to it. .. By the way POAGX has beaten RX 4 of the last 6 years with RX slightly ahead this seventh year.. ..with a month left. Any other real estate funds you want the GX fund to be compared to? hee, hee.
As for Wayfarer Capital visit "FormDs" on a search. Add a dotcom to the "FormDs". Type in Wayfarer Capital and follow the blue listings to current info. Jan. 2014 dates, and more than most want to know about Heebners more recent enterprise(s). You surely remember us going down this same road before 2 or 3 yr. ago, until you conceded the existence of said hedge fund? Perhaps you just like to argue. Heh.
His hedge fund last filed FORM D/A on 1/10/2014. Just type in a search engine inquiry for "WAYFARER CAPITAL, LTD, Details - Whalewisdom". Cayman Islands mentioned and last I knew minimum investment of 2 million. Thats a bit more than many might have the will or ability to throw in, including myself. By the way the next filing should be due about the same time this coming January, 2015.
Hmmm. where did you comment? Please illuminate me on this, as I have not observed your brilliance for a few days..............heh..............
Well, all I can convey consists of: It was entertaining watching the "ken" diehards going the back and forth regarding "Heebner", the has been former glorious mgr. who now puts his remaining talents toward his much larger private hedge fund...................which may or may NOT some day have THE old run of the formerly keeek asssass FX. Keep riding this has been. He has made his pile...............heh.
I know for a fact I never base comparisons day- to- day. That is silly and illogical. What matters to me most is how a fund has done the last 3 to 5 yr. in comparison to other funds of similar category. I like POAGX because they have a team of managers for the Primecap funds (therefore, their funds are not dependent on one individual who gets too busy with other projects, or loses performance for whatever reasons. I also like the low expense ratio for their actively managed funds. On top of that they usually close funds they are associated with when they get to large. I recall you did not believe me when I posted "Ken" had established a hedge fund circa 2008.. After I posted concrete info. regarding this occurence, you finally came around to the existence of his private hedge fund, Wayfarer Capital LTD.
Van, you might consider perusing the cover story of Barron's last week. Discusses prospects for the Southeast Asian countries. Bullish story.........
Heh, I would like to know when I EVER made day- to- day comparisons comparing funds. Complete nonsense in that statement. By the way, maybe your FX can beat GX SOME year in the future (7 yr. in a row if GX beats it again this year)........even a blind squirrel can find an acorn once in a while. ....hee, hee.
I would consider buying an index like the S and P 500 or the total stock market. As for individual stocks they are fine, but imo one stock should not be over 5%, or at most 10% of your portfolio. If we get a dip of 8-10% in the market that might prove to be a good buy point. We are at all time highs for the DOW and S and P If nothing else minimize the jumping in and out..............just my opinion............good luck.
I finally got a piece of CLB at an average price of 132.50. The CEO bought a ton of it a while back for 145 bucks. I hope yer right.................
For whatever reason this board comes up at times when other stocks are typed in. Have pitty on the dude, if he goes to the HaL BOARD he will run into a bunch of political hacks, who dont know a stock from a bond.