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rockyrococco 9 posts  |  Last Activity: Feb 20, 2015 2:02 AM Member since: Feb 13, 1999
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    A bit of history

    by kenpalley2000 Jan 2, 2015 10:30 AM
    rockyrococco rockyrococco Feb 20, 2015 2:02 AM Flag

    I bought my first shares in 2004, and as of the last distribution, STON has paid me MORE than my initial investment. I have been very happy with this company. As the boomers age, business will only get better, even with higher rates of cremation.

    At this point, though, my tax situation changes and I can't deduct certain items. I'm not clear on the rules, but I was hiring a CPA this year anyway to help with my KMR to KMI forced "merger", which was a fully taxable buyout of an MLP by the non-MLP parent company. I expect I will be learning a lot more about MLP sales and rules soon.

  • rockyrococco rockyrococco Feb 18, 2015 1:09 AM Flag

    You are an idiot. Everything you wrote is false. Why do you lie?

  • rockyrococco rockyrococco Feb 12, 2015 2:39 AM Flag

    I can wipe my own butt, thank you. I take offense at your implication that I hate America. I have been to five continents and I know we have it good here. But I agree with the progressive REPUBLICAN president Teddy Roosevelt when he kicked the corporate masters that would control this country in the #$%$ and put some regulation on them. Now, some of the same corporations almost killed the economy, and the Obama administration put some controls on them, too. Of course, conservatives don't like this. They believe corporations should be able to do whatever the hell they please to make a profit. Dump sludge into rivers? Go ahead, Ted Cruz is all for it, just slip him some campaign funds. Sell questionable derivative products? No problem, the GOP will take cash or checks. GOP -- the party of lies, run by the Tea Party and their Corporate masters. I believe that AMERICA belongs to the PEOPLE, not CORPORATIONS. Too bad the "conservatives" don't believe in the Constitution they so loudly proclaim to support. So answer this: Cliven Bundy, the rancher who has not paid his Federal grazing fees for 20 years even after being ordered to twice by the US Court system, claims that he does not owe them. Is he right?

  • rockyrococco rockyrococco Feb 11, 2015 2:20 AM Flag

    I guess if you get all your data from the Heritage Foundation you might conclude your points. Try plotting the inflation-adjusted price of gasoline against the annual profits of Exxon Mobil. You'll see almost an exact correlation. Do you really think the president controls the price of gasoline? How about the increased world-wide demand for oil in the developing world, India, Brazil, China?

    "The self-appointed dictator"??? Didn't we elect him -- twice? And why is the Middle East more dangerous now than before? Could it be the power vacuum left by Ronald Reagan (Afghanistan) and George Bush (Iraq) left an opening for groups like ISIL and others?

  • rockyrococco rockyrococco Jan 14, 2015 2:28 AM Flag

    Some of you have been watching "House of Cards" too much. Don't forget that we and our allies are in a stand-off with Russia over Crimea and the Ukraine. Low oil prices are pushing Russia into a major recession, and hopefully the people will lay the blame where it belongs -- on Putin's megalomania -- and boot him out. Low prices may be the impetus we need to start exporting LNG to Europe on a major scale. That would further boost income to US companies and cut off another Russian finger holding the balls of Europe. I foolishly sold Cheniere Energy Partners units years ago, I should have visualized the LNG ports as exporters, not importers! Don't doubt that there is a huge world demand for oil. India's economy will recover, and China and the rest of Southeast Asia will start booming again. It's just a matter of time.

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    low to mid 5 good entry point....JMHO

    by slowpac Jan 12, 2015 10:01 AM
    rockyrococco rockyrococco Jan 13, 2015 2:07 AM Flag

    If you haven't sold, you haven't taken the loss yet. I'm not sure where this company is headed, but don't sell because you think you're wiped out. You still have shares (units), and they can go up quickly. I have ridden some stocks way down, and back up again. I have ridden some down, picked up more, and then more still as it dropped to zero. Washington Mutual comes to mind, I may still get a nickel a share if the lawyers don't eat it up. And it is never a good idea to put all of your money in one place, or risk everything. It sometimes takes nerves of steel. Personally, I don't understand this huge drop in oil. We have some overproduction, and more slated to come on line, but rigs are shutting down already and supply will tighten up. People will be driving more and driving up demand, too. I suspect panic and manipulation mostly in the drop.

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    VALE Will Rock And Roll In 2015... IMO!

    by thesavvymonkey007 Jan 2, 2015 7:48 AM
    rockyrococco rockyrococco Jan 6, 2015 3:23 PM Flag

    Yeah, the interest on Bush's debt is still with us. You should do some real research instead of echoing (or is that ditto-ing) the conservative, lines.

  • rockyrococco by rockyrococco Jan 5, 2015 3:58 PM Flag

    Boy am I happy! Time to remove the head to save the body.

  • Reply to

    VALE Will Rock And Roll In 2015... IMO!

    by thesavvymonkey007 Jan 2, 2015 7:48 AM
    rockyrococco rockyrococco Jan 5, 2015 3:54 PM Flag

    You said Obama was a Socialist, too. The US is doing better than anywhere else in the world, the stock market is way up (notwithstanding the past week's action), company bottom lines are very healthy, the dollar is strong, employment is up, oil is down and we are not dependent on imported oil......apparently Socialism is a good thing. OR YOU JUST DON"T KNOW WHAT SOCIALISM IS.

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