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    Re: Interesting individual stocks

    I too like MFA because of its consistent dividends and its lower than average D/E ratio (279%) for its industry (366%). However, because of the nature of its business, its giving a majority of its...
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    Re: Analyst Predictions

    The surplus of disappointing IPO's are giving analysts flash backs of the Dot-com crash days:



    The last time this ‘clear danger sign’ flashed in the stock market was in 1999, and we all know...
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    Re: Analyst Predictions

    Reasons to sell versus reason to buy in the past decade:

    Buy and hold or surf the ups and downs? Past recessions and bear markets leave behind the concept of risk in the minds of investors even...
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    Stock index Valuations

    New highs for the new year were made yesterday (1/2/2020) with the momentum from December bleeding into 2020. New highs are great for investors who already own company shares but what about the...
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    Secure Act and new rules on Inheritance

    For inheritance that will go to non spousal adults, new rules gives the recipient 10 years to withdraw all the money. This will mean more planning is needed to reduce the amount of the inheritance...
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    Taxes in Retirement

    Tis the season... well almost.

    This article does not directly allude to the Thrift Savings Plan but much is the same. I figured I'd share to warm up our brains on upcoming tax season and planning...
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    Re: TommyIV's ETF trades and thoughts

    Bought and sold TNA in less than a two hour span today. This morning I bought the ETF TNA at $69.96 a share. I wasn't planning on holding the position long but didn't think I'd sell so quickly...
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    Re: Analyst Predictions

    Analysts say the first quarter of 2020 is primed for a melt-up. A "trifecta of catalysts" is set to expand an asset bubble despite underlying issues.






    Why Wall Street sees the stock...
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    Insight into AGG

    Here's a little deep dive from a recent Seeking Alpha article on the AGG ETF which the F-fund follows. Most of us know the surface details of AGG but here are some details and potential risks of a...
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    Re: Analyst Predictions

    2019 was an explosive year for stocks. What do we expect going into the new decade? Top analysts don't expect a repeat but their expectations do vary form each other.

    Where will the S&P 500 go in...
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    Re: Economic Outlook

    The U.S. economic outlook is coming upon two hurdles this week. The greatest being the scheduled tariffs this coming Sunday where there is still lingering hope trade negotiators can further postpone...
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    Re: TommyIV's ETF trades and thoughts

    Thoughts:

    Since starting this thread on October 4th my gains have accumulated to 3.56%. What do I think about that? Gains are always better than losses but comparing related values will give that...
  13. Re: Powell says interest rates unlikely to change...

    ..and so it continues..

    Fed is ‘super-glued’ to its seat until after the election, economists say after stellar jobs report
  14. Retirement Talk - Retirement Mistakes to Avoid

    Retirement Talk with Tony Kendzior


    Retirement Mistakes to Avoid
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    Re: TommyIV's ETF trades and thoughts

    Gave myself a short leash this morning. Put in a trailing stop of $0.11 at today's open to ensure this trade at least didn't end in the negative. Four minutes into today's trading hours that ended...
  16. Thread: Moving Indices

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    Moving Indices

    Noteworthy today, both the indices representing the C and S-fund are trading above a rising trend line formed by peaks earlier in the year.

    C-Fund

    45095


    S-Fund

    45096
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    Re: Bonds losing steam?

    Money continues to be thrown into bonds today despite the relentless rise in stocks. How come? A contributor could be portfolio re-balance by large fund managers who are locking in gains for the year...
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    Re: TommyIV's ETF trades and thoughts

    I've been holding SDS for more than a week now; not a tactic I try to emulate when trading leveraged ETFs. I've been holding onto my bearish ideology to justify holding a currently losing trade; SDS...
  19. Re: Off again - Phase one trade deal may not be completed this year

    Stocks sold off in reaction to this but I'm surprised prices eventually bounced back to regain a portion of the losses.. I don't think this news is necessarily worthy to spark a correction in the...
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    Re: Analyst Predictions

    Jason Goepfert of Sentiment Trader sees warning signs in stock indcies. Two seperate patterns that are said to forcast a market pullback are showing up in the latest trading patterns.

    ‘Hindenburg...
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    Re: TommyIV's ETF trades and thoughts

    Bought SDS at $27.25 a share today. There was no major technical opportunity I saw from the S&P 500 chart. I just feel stocks have been overbought this month and are beginning to slow their pace all...
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    Retirement by Location

    Quick everyone to Mississippi!

    Are you on track? This is how much it costs to retire comfortably in each state
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    Re: Analyst Predictions

    Recession fears have spiked since the late 2018 sell off. Investors and economist are waiting for the catalyst that usually isn't obvious to everyone. Just with the housing bubble in 2008, the signs...
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    Re: Past Performance

    I have trust issues with guarantees. I have a friend who over uses guarantees and seems to be wrong in every case. Its truly impressive.

    This article crunches number of every year the S&P 500...
  25. Re: Here is how the stock market tends to perform after...

    Worth noting...

    Looking back at the charts, the third rate cuts of 1996 and 1998 came near all time highs of the respective time..
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