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Nuveen Real Estate Income Fund (JRS) Message Board

seadog72 25 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 8, 2011 4:03 PM Member since: Mar 17, 1998
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  • Reply to

    OT: beefstu57 - a forever BEAR?

    by jadelover8888 Jan 6, 2011 5:23 PM
    seadog72 seadog72 Jan 8, 2011 4:03 PM Flag

    Jade, can you drop me an email at ? I would like to chat with you about investing , bdc's, mlp's and the like? Cheers, Seadog72

  • Reply to

    OT: beefstu57 - a forever BEAR?

    by jadelover8888 Jan 6, 2011 5:23 PM
    seadog72 seadog72 Jan 6, 2011 10:22 PM Flag

    I have and will continue to take Jades advice, he obviously knows whats what and BDC's are a great opportunity in these times.. The charts don't lie and there is obvious momentum , not to mention great divs... Thanks for all your input Jade, it is invaluable.

  • After this little drop and div adjustment tonight , tomorrow may be the day to get this about 5% below last weeks high... Buy at the opening bell?
    good luck

  • There are many fundamental problems here, One, the 9 offiers and directors own 48% of the stock , so its price can be easily
    manipulated. Lopsided ownership. Typical micro cap.

    There is too much in house palm padding with cash...Based on their most recent report:
    "The company had net income of $109,803 and paid a total of $20,000 in bonuses under the plan. What ? Are you kidding me , 100k in one quarter and your passing out bonuses?

    The salaries for this company are also off the chart, this company should have never gone public. Based on their current earnings, there is no way they can sustain even their current salaries.

    From latest report:
    The Chief executive officer and director( his wife) also recieve $75,000 in rent( from their own company) to their own patsy company called Eagle Coast LLC.. So Mobilisa and it's investors keep feeding these people outrageous distributions. The ficticious numbers game goes on and on, that's why this company is not growing, they are skimming all most of the profit. Greed.

  • I would by this one for the dividend alone and with people pulling billions out of equities, the cash has got to be flowing somewhere. REIT's are a good hedge now and although can be cyclical, they are good for the long haul.
    Altho this divi has been chiseled back some, it is still very good income and huge movement from the 50day M/A tells me people are buying.
    For some reason , YAHOO has the dividend still posted incorrectly, it is .88/YR.
    Nuveen released distributions for may CEF's today, not one reduction that I could see. That is good or investors.

  • Reply to

    One final thought.....

    by warmwithslightbreeze Sep 19, 2010 8:07 PM
    seadog72 seadog72 Sep 20, 2010 2:30 AM Flag

    Hey Warmwith...."You always see the qualities that live in yourself...Rumi"

  • in the divi, still .22 qtr according to their website, if anything it may be poised to rise....

  • Reply to

    As the DOW turns...

    by thehiddenangle May 20, 2010 1:43 PM
    seadog72 seadog72 May 20, 2010 11:40 PM Flag

    BDC's go up and down for one reason, buying and selling proportions. If you are a dividend investor, today was a great day to buy up more shares. The dividends are good and most solid bdc's are stable with their divis , so with diving prices, our yield gets better and better. This is a great oppourtunity to scoop up some bargains, the day traders will be back again buying on monday and the longs will benefit from the yo yo prices. I'm long on a bunch of bdc's , but really I am buying the best I can find, enjoying the divi's and my aires can worry about the CG's . Not a bad day to load up some more shares...

  • I can't help but think that with Nuveen announcing their latest quarterly dividends on their flagship funds, a sharp rise in trading prices. Tis good news as all the divi's distributions are the same this qtr, no increases , no decreases. That is good mgmt in this economy ! For all you dividend hounds, check out . This is a great website that is free and has done a lot of legwork that is transparent . It is a well done site with a lot of helpful technical info. Keep on trucking JRS.

  • I think it is more likely for Oracle to be trading at $50 a share in the next two years. Their model had stood the test of time, Mr Ellison is not a dreamer, a doer. Even when mirosoft and SAP faultered, oracle keeps buying up , and growing, even in this sluggish of sluggish. This co. has doubled aand split so many times I"ve lost rack. Good luck..

  • It looks as though REIT's are back in favor, at 11% divi, this could be as good a time as ever. Nuveen is a solid company that didn't seem to flinch during the bloodletting.

  • For anytone who was paying attention last week ,this fund just went bonkers in 5 days time. For anyone who saw a great opp/ at 13,14,15 , they now have a handsome profit, even though CG would be the last reason to buy this, big money has poured in now, but there will be a pullback , I will continue to buy this thing anytime it dips, cheers

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    by likereits21 Jan 20, 2008 8:28 PM
    seadog72 seadog72 Jan 21, 2008 1:51 AM Flag

    I have owned this fund since the day of it's first offering, I have seem a lot of patterns , most of them very predictable. This most recent slide has nothing to do ( financially) with teh CG taken by the fund. It does not affect share price, buying and selling demand dictate this only. I hve day traded this fund when it gets in it's gyrations and done just fine, it warns you when it is ready for a breakout. If you are looking for capital gains look elsewhere. If you are loking for a safe dividend home, this is it. This price if off teh chart cheap , look at the par value and the discount...I will be buying as much of this I cn stuff in my portfolio, and then forget about the share price. It will eventually go up, maybe 5 years , but it will.. Just my 2 cents... I will be buying on tues!

  • We got in on PLCM @ $6 pre split back in the day,
    that's 2300% . If another 700% SEEms unrealistice, pls
    tell me one reason why? The company is very smooth.
    This is a great time to get onboard and stay.

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    by Markoose Sep 3, 2000 12:17 PM
    seadog72 seadog72 Sep 3, 2000 2:02 PM Flag

    Polycom has been touted in Barons for well over 5
    years ,back when it traded in the single digits, and
    was a prospective bargin. 1000% + later , still a
    bargin. They have a bigger market share than people

  • Reply to

    Calculus question....

    by reticle_00 Aug 16, 2000 10:20 AM
    seadog72 seadog72 Aug 16, 2000 10:28 AM Flag

    I was hoping to get in at 5.5 today , as it looks
    now that should be easy , any inside info on
    sellers?, I am searching and will post again If I find
    anythingDoes anyone have any factual info on the consequence
    of the dividend, should increase?

  • I would highly recommend to most of you
    speculators to read the companies fiancial statement that was
    recently released and posted on Yahoo and other research
    areas. Notice the postings about how Abbotts options to
    purchase 49% of the common stock, this could severely
    hamper your investment at anytime. Notice the disclosure
    about accumulating Debt. and continual deficit. I agree
    the products have a great future, but not every
    company with a great product roars. I would highly
    recommend taking a look at the financial statement and
    check out the book value, calculate the price to sales
    ratio and see why not too long ago , this stock was at
    $9 or something. I would put my investment in many
    other profitable Bio companies , It's not like theres a
    shortage. I would consider Supg around $18-20...max.

  • Reply to

    PLCM stock report

    by clipper38 Jun 14, 1999 7:36 AM
    seadog72 seadog72 Jun 18, 1999 9:58 AM Flag

    I have owned Polycom since back in 1995-96 when
    they were fetching $6 a share. There is no secret
    about this great growth co. and the fine products they
    make. 400% is more than ample return? Their flagship
    products are soon becoming the industry standard. GO longs

  • I was wondering if any of you gents here at the
    supg forum could shed some light on SUPGW or supg WS,
    as I understand it means "When stated" , does
    anybody know about how this guy reflects the mother stock
    ? I've been out of the loop with supg, but have
    watched it for years, I believe in this outfit and it's
    management and products, good luck to supg investors. I
    would appreciate any input.

  • Reply to

    CSCO split history

    by stan1967 Jan 14, 1999 3:39 PM
    seadog72 seadog72 Jan 14, 1999 5:33 PM Flag

    In your conveyance of dreams becoming reality, do
    you think going from zilch to 155 billon in 8 years
    is the same as 155 billon to 310 billon in a
    consequent 8 ? Could be, but the insane growth of embryotic
    years cannot continue at the the same relative clip.
    look at the models and talk with investment
    professionals , and keep dreaming ! Oh yeah and don't forget
    about the largest bull market of all time !

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