"I have a predisposition to being angry and wanting to bash gay people's face in..."
Looks like we've got a tough girl among us!
Good thing you will not be competing in any water related Olympic events in Rio!
"Athletes in next year's Summer Olympics here will be swimming and boating in waters so contaminated with human feces that they risk becoming violently ill and unable to compete in the games, an Associated Press investigation has found."
I know, old news, but you have a penchant for being redundant...
Hey! Have a great weekend.
"this is our magic week, mark this post"
I "marked" your post....
Great call--from .0435 to .0442; very magical indeed!
Is there an echo here? LOL.
I did something somewhat similar earlier this week. I had sold a small portion some time ago and I sold half of my remaining position. Put 2/3 of the proceeds into VTSAX and the remaining into shares of an existing position. The value of my current position is still above my original investment.
I too feel "more comfortable now"l.
My selling wasn't that I'm bearish on the sector, just aware that things can turn in a blink of an eye.
FWIW, in the past twelve months, and for the first time ever, I returned two items at WF.
Salmon--some of its flesh was a darker red and "tough"
Store made sausage that contained plastic; actually I only returned one; the other I ate since I found the piece of plastic in one of my last bites.
Store manager was very responsive, in a positive manner, in both cases.
"Burger King makes a nice fish sandwich. Don't know where the fish comes from."
From BK's site:
"Our premium Big Fish Sandwich is 100% White Alaskan Pollock, breaded with crispy panko breading and topped with sweet tartar sauce, tangy pickles, all on top of a toasted brioche-style bun."
Is it even possible to short shares of grnh?
I have no position, but was dragged over here by a PUMPER on another board over well over a year ago.
Since that time, grnh has pretty much DECLINED. (look at its chart--YIKES!!!!)
HEY! Did you appreciate my math lesson? You're not the only one who is confused when it comes to calculating percentage moves, but I'd think if you're going to dole out investment suggestions, you'd know how to do so.
IF one could short grnh, I'd say they'd have done VERY well and it would be the longs who got "burned"...agree?
Welcome! to posting on Yahoo Finance. I see you are new. (surely you’re not one of those unethical posters who serially creates new names to post under, right?)
FBIOX, generally speaking, makes distributions twice a year; in April and December.
All recent distributions have been either short or long term capital gains, no income distributions have been made. Prior to 12/11, NO cap gain distributions were made for several years. Makes sense, since the sector didn't really perform all that well. That all changed during the past few years. Capital gain distributions are simply the result of the fund manager selling more profitable positions than losing positions during the year. If any, capital gains must be paid out annually. Some think receiving a capital gain distribution is a wonderful event. Years ago, the tax code didn't require capital gains to be distributed and some funds simply held onto the gains and reinvested accordingly. Now, as noted earlier, funds must pay out their net capital gains. Let's say a fund has a NAV of $100. After the close, a 10.00 capital gain distribution is made. To keep the math simple, let's say the fund's NAV remained flat from the previous day and again the next. The next day's share price will be 10.00 LESS than the day before, since the 10.00 capital gain has been paid out.
If one reinvests their distribution, the value of their position would be the same as the day before the distribution was paid out.
According to Yahoo Finance, FBIOX has an annual turnover rate of 61%.
I'd expect a fairly large cap gain distribution come December. The distribution is not free money, the fund is simply handing over the gains it made during the year to its investors. The value of an investor's position would decrease by the amount of the distribution unless she/he reinvests the distribution; if that were the case, the value of her/his position would remain the same (all else being equal).
Not sure if this addresses your query, but I hope it is helpful.
IMO, UNFI shares were pounded a bit more than the news and its immediate prospects warranted.
I too do not see a near or mid term catalyst with the exception of UNFI's shares perhaps being a bit oversold. I had a bit of spare cash in my ROTH and I like to be fully invested so I opted to pick up a few UNFI shares.
The WFM I frequent the most is pretty secluded; what a bummer, since I want to be seen!
While I may not be a CEO, yesterday after work I bought a prepared chicken at WFM for 10 bucks; it was rather tasty!
I'm sorry you are not very proficient with your personal finances.
"But since i don't have any face tats or piercings they treat me like I'm not cool enough to be there.."
Are you published?
"GRNH probably will be .12-18 soon that
is 300-400% returns"
I'm assuming you (maty) used 4 cents as the current share price.
.12 - .04 = .08
.08 / .04 = 2 or 200%
.18 - .04 = .14
.14 / .04 = 3.5 or 350%
"Shorters and bashers have destroyed companies, especially with the practice of naked shorting."
I agree with the above hypothesis, but only if it applies to individual equities.
You have suggested someone is bashing, shorting and perhaps day trading a MUTUAL FUND?????