Got mine on 3/30. I'm happy. Looking for what mutual fund capital gains and dividend payments will pay next week. Sit on it and let it grow. A recovery is coming in spite of all the doom and gloom you hear in the business media. JMHO.
Good mix for the current market. Lots of chatter for the Gold Market lately. Oil will come back. Patience is the key. I'll announce my IPO for my wines when I can replenish my stock and stop drinking it all. All the best.
Fidelity does not divide assets in a QDRO stopping at the time of the signing of the court order. If it takes 6 months to figure the division, it is divided at the time of the consummation of the determination. I don't wish this experience on anyone. Again, I say, stay married or die.
I've had Fisher and TJYoung send brochures. I'll probably just elect to stay local. My trading experience worked years ago, but the premise has not held up recently. Laws are also getting more restrictive with this type of financial strategy. On line financial brokers are remote from your issues an cannot deliver personal service. In my case, the rules and the law does not protect the account holder. A court order is needed for everything outside of the stated rules and the law, which was also written by lawyers.
Fidelity has done a pitiful job of managing my account with reference to QDRO claims. My advice to you is to stay married or die. They don't feel they need to notify you of their rulings. You cannot contact them by phone, or email. It has to be a written letter. The Fidelity Representative assigned to my account is inaccessible. All you get is a recording that they will call you back in three business days, which they don't. They don't have records, and do not offer advice or guidance. They do not put the interest of their investor up front. When this fiasco is over, my account will be moved. They've become too large, independent, and have lost contact with their customers.
Waiting for more upside. Sector looks encouraging short term, but prices will have to improve to finance Saudi military. This may be the start of a slow rise in crude prices, and a 2nd quarter recovery. Just my two cents..
40% in Gold and Gold Miners. 50% in Energy related stocks. We will begin to see a recovery in oil late this year or early 2017. GL.
Agree another leg down is on the way before the turnaround. Gold looking to out perform short term, and a possible global recession is in early stages???? If you are all in, hunker down and ride this out. If you are out, hold off and look a better entry point. JMHO.
Already in, looking longer term. Too risky at this point to time the dips. Will wait for a recovery. Even the charts don't know. GLTA.
Doing fine. I guess some key words are triggering removal.
January was not kind to me. However, it is what it is. Making the best of it. On the investment side, I'm staying put with holdings for the long haul. GL.
It is my understanding the purchase of BG will fit with Shell's long term NG plans. Final price has not been determined, but is still being negotiated.