buy and win,
Thanks for your constructive advice. And, yes it does get cold in Minnesota but it keeps the crazy people out. And for your information my wife and I have almost all of our financial resources invested in the market one way or the other. We do have an Allianz annuity which is the closes thing we have to a CD. Good day sir!
I think there are better plays also, but I appreciate the lessons from Cornerstone in the process of investment evolution. Good fortune to all!
That ain't the way that it is going to work in spite of your good intentions. Management will take advantage of the employees to save $ every time. I once had an employee retire and I got his job along with mine which was management. One year later I got a $600.00 award for doing my job plus his saving the US government over 45,000 dollars. DUH! Guess who benefited from that! Many hours of lost time with my family is how I truly benefitted. Thank God I had a wife who understood working for the government. Good fortune to all and keep your powder dry!
Thanks for the invite and I may visit once in a while. YES, I will remember to stay away from the POT stocks. I have a very bad taste in my mouth whenever I even think about that experience. I think those stocks are way to wild and crazy due to market hype, way too many shares, and in some cases. way too much debt. I am still at a financial loss over that deal but I am so much the wiser, SO I got that goin for me! Good fortune to all!
My experience when I was working was that management may reduce the hours worked by X number of employees, BUT they would expect the same amount of work, or more, to be completed by the X employees. I worked for the federal government for 37 plus years and the concept applied to them also. If I could get a check for my donated hours over that 37 years I would be a very wealthy person. Just a comment from the peanut gallery.
I emailed option.house and they said they drip MORL but not CEFL. Go figure. Scottrade does neither some BS policy about return on capital. That does not stop them from fripping, as they call it, other funds with some return on capital. I like Scottrade, have two separate accounts and my son has one, but some of their policies do not make sense. I mainly like them because they have two offices near me where I could go if I had a serious problem Plus the guys there in Waite Park MN are nice people. Happy trails!
Most of us trading Cornerstones knew that the dividend was part return on capital. Once again, if you pay attention, play the RO you can make money on them but they are not a long term buy and hold and do not look at type of investment!
With cornerstones you have to play the RO or you will lose your shorts in no time. I had some luck with it over the 18 months but have moved on.
Good fortune to all and keep your powder dry!
I sold out this morning at 5.62 which if you include the dividend from last week that is not too bad for unskilled part time labor. I am on to some dividend plays which I hope will fill my needs. I still like Cornerstone but I think I can do better elsewhere. Good fortune to all and thank you to the people who have helped me here as you know who they are! Keep your powder dry!
You guys are sounding like small children. Cut this #$%$ out.
By the way, I am out of this as I sold at 4.62 this morning and I reinvested in some other monthly dividend players which I hope will fulfill my needs. Good fortune to all!
who are you allowed to drip with as Scottrade will not allow the interest earnings in their FRIP Program? Let me know please.
Yes, my comment was pre-market and not after hours. Plain crazy and sounds really stupid, but good for whomever sold the shares. It works both ways!
I guess I was fortunate enough to get into CFP at the right time, about December 2012 or so. Good fortune to you and I appreciate your sense of Humor. I used to work with a woman who used the WooHoo comment quite often. I think it is sort of cool!