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    Default Re: Kb9nvh account talk

    Kb9nvh-

    I think of the L-income as the “new low risk fund”. You MAY lose a little, but it’s not like you are going to lose 20 or 30% in one fell swoop, and, as you saw during the March pullback, it came back pretty good.

    Birch always was bullish on “C”. After watching it for 40 years, I see why. I’m much more comfortable in the market now than when I started back 40 years ago. And whether it’s the C fund, or the bonds of the F fund, I think both will give you better returns over the next ten years than the G fund will.

    That’s just me, but I’d encourage you to take as much risk as you are comfortable with, and then just a pinch more, because I am confident that In the long run, you will be better off.

    Best of luck to you!


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    This didn't age well.. Lol.
    Quote Originally Posted by kb9nvh View Post
    I'm back about ten k positive since the highs pre covid.. I'm retired and will need to start taking some money next year

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    How about those morning futures!!


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    100%G cob.. Will await the after election riots to get back in.

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    Oh great!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kb9nvh View Post
    100%G cob.. Will await the after election riots to get back in.

    That's good humor right there!
    Scott Harrison
    Senatobia, MS

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    Oh The irony of this whimsical market..the market giveth and a 2pm tweet taketh away.

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    Anyone thinking about taking a bigger position or do we wait to see? I jumped to G late october..missed the huge run up...plan was to get back in for the santa rally but having no president chosen yet kept me out. I need back in but dont want an immediate loss to have to make up.

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    I just exited the remaining 20% that I had in S fund. But looking at tracker, tons of people that have done better than me are still in it.

    I am Out of IFTs, so I have no ability to re-enter until Feb. But I'm good with that to let the rising bearish wedge resolves itself. Will see how that goes...no way to truly tell what will happen.

    Best wishes!
    Please don't take my comments as trading advice /IFTs: 4-20-21=100%G/4-19-21=G85%-i15%/ 4-9-21=60C, 30I-10G/ www.theepochtimes.com

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    Default Re: Kb9nvh account talk

    I think FairWeatherMet Acct-Comments today are on the spot "Don't fight the Fed; with triple once-in-a-lifetime stuff happening at once...". Not that I've Jumped more into equities w/both feet - but I have waded more in over the last couple months, from up to my ankles, then to my knees, now to my waist (I'm quite conservative nowadays & afraid of quick bubble bursts). In this market it seems you just cannot wait for that optimal pull-back. Staying nimble. Good Luck.

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    Anyone thinking about getting out today? Seems like a leg down could again be coming.

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    If I had another IFT to enter later, I would consider full exit today or maybe tomorrow if I was in the Green! With Fed speak coming, no telling what happens Wednesday and even tomorrow some news might leak to insiders and affect market. But so far, indicators do look good on S fund and that is main reason I am staying in for now..but anything can happen!
    I might pocket some gains if tomorrow is up... don't want to walk away empty handed for March.
    Please don't take my comments as trading advice /IFTs: 4-20-21=100%G/4-19-21=G85%-i15%/ 4-9-21=60C, 30I-10G/ www.theepochtimes.com


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