A rare trip. I didn't know Sears was in trouble. We notice hardly any employees in view. We looked at refrigerators for a half hour alone. Nobody around. A huge chunk of the floor space is mattresses which we thought to be odd. I told my wife it looked like it was going out of business then I started reading about it last night. I own Sears tools than never break. A 30 year old lawn mower than has never failed to start first pull. Drills and saws. I hate to see this happen. People shop walmart. We bought a walmart shower curtain that bleeds water right through it. We bought another at Pennies that sheds water like it should. You get what you pay for. Not good.
gold is not an investment. Gold is a bet the sky will fall. The dam will burst. The savages will attack. The printing press will freeze in the run position. The appropriate word is speculate not invest.
I registered at the Enterprise K-1 support site but didn't find anything in there. I'll see how it goes this year but think I'll sell and move the money to other beaten down energy funds and never have to deal with another K-1. I didn't buy this in the beginning. A financial planner put it in my wife's account and when we married I started doing her taxes. I always worry I'll do something that will come back to haunt me a decade later in a tax return. A friend of mine has several K-1's to deal with but those companies produce a step by step guide to enter the data. I assume Turbo Tax did it correctly last year but I don't know as it was just filling in blanks and hoping it was correct.
Why does these two almost useless metals get so much ink? "WHATS NEXT FOR GOLD AND SILVER" Everyday there is another one. T
This is my only investment that has a K1. I don't understand them. I had to upgrade Turbotax last year just to enter it. Does Enterprise Products put out any instructions on how to enter it manually? I'm down here from a ~180% gain to ~140% gain so hope for a come back else I'd sell just to get rid of the K1 problem.