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Old 08-14-2019, 02:59 PM
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So who enjoys...roller coaster rides?

While I admit that when I took the actions linked below back in January, I've had moments since of FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out)...right now I'm not sorry in the least.

When things settle down and stability in global trade and policies are in place for a while (within the next couple of years?), it might be time to change my mind...but for right now I still have no regrets.



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Agree .. Hopefully you generated enough cash and short term instruments to carry you thru a potential rough couple of years .. The stocks that were kept will have time to recoup any short term losses, while generating dividend income ..
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Old 08-14-2019, 03:11 PM
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Agree .. Hopefully you generated enough cash and short term instruments to carry you thru a potential rough couple of years .. The stocks that were kept will have time to recoup any short term losses, while generating dividend income ..
As I mentioned in my January post, it will be my children who will ultimately be the ones judging...my financial actions/decisions.

On a personal level, as long as I don't live to be over 183 (when all of Orlando becomes just another Village )...everything will be just fine.
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Old 08-24-2019, 11:05 AM
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So who enjoys...roller coaster rides?

If you're someone who does, lately you may feel like you are the recipient...of an 'E-Ticket' (only some folks may understand that reference ).
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No matter what the market is doing, investors need to build and maintain a moat — out of cash flow for living expenses, and also to make sure you never get into a place where you have to sell stocks to pay taxes.

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I doubled down on the last dip (month or so ago) and feel confident in my decision...still.
Great call On T, thanks for sharing. Also Elliot purchased several $B recently and will drive the price even higher to make his $B.
Keep us posted of the next opportunity as I will be checking back here!!!!!
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Old 09-10-2019, 06:41 AM
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I have been selling T. Because of it's dividend it has made a good positive move here so I have been selling it. Will buy again if stocks rebound and it drops. I always buy it around $31 and sell it over $35. And it pays over 6% when I am holding it.
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Old 09-10-2019, 09:38 AM
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I have been selling T. Because of it's dividend it has made a good positive move here so I have been selling it. Will buy again if stocks rebound and it drops. I always buy it around $31 and sell it over $35. And it pays over 6% when I am holding it.
It's one of my anchor stocks. I don't think I've ever sold any. Have been accumulating for years. I buy on the dips, reinvest the dividends when the price is at or under $32. And just smile when the dividends are distributed.

As I get closer to retirement I might start shedding some just to limit my risk a little though. I'll wait for the $40's..
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