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  1. Why Continue to own MWTRX?


    Wed, 9 Jul 2014

    Allocation Summary 30 day SEC yld 4.4% 50/50 TGLMX /DLTNX ave 3.6% yld 6 yr apy ( 2008-2013) MWTRX = 7% TGLMX = 8.2% DLTNX= NA 10 yr apy MWTRX = 6.73% TGLMX =7.24% And this is Not Even Including The Newer PONDX /PIMIX!

  2. The Portfolio I've Built


    Fri, 4 Jul 2014

    EACH MONTH JABAX 51.15% OAKBX 29.08% OAKMX 7.6% OAKIX 5.52% PONDX 4.13% FSCRX 2.52% Mrs. Bear's IRA JABAX 49.09% OAKBX 30.84% OAKWX 10.29% PONDX 9.79% Mrs. Bear's 401 FDTFX 100% Joint Acct W/Children JABAX 47

  3. pondx /pimix conversion


    Wed, 25 Jun 2014

    I currently own a large amount (less than 100K) of PONDX in my Fidelity IRA account, if I increased that amount to greater than 100K will PIMCO concert my holding to PIMIX? Will my holding

  4. Need Opinions on PIMCO Income D ( PONDX )


    Tue, 17 Jun 2014

    I am trying to diversify my bond holdings from mostly intermediate-term munis. I came across PIMCO Income D ( PONDX ) recently. Can this fund be the only other bond fund that I would need? Any alternatives? FYI, I am looking for current income

  5. Replacement for FBNDX


    Fri, 13 Jun 2014

    MWTRX (diversified intermediate term) 8% VWINX (a conservative allocation fund with roughly a 60% bond allocation) 8% PONDX (multi-sector) 9% SPHIX (high yield) 8% THOPX (short-term) 7% I have a few recommendations from my FA, but am

  6. Annual Reports


    Thu, 29 May 2014

    If the company mentioned this as a new policy in shareholder reports, I missed the memo. Okay , next in line... PIMIX/ PONDX - a long-winded letter (not from Ivascyn or Gross but from the PIMCO Chairman) that goes on and on about Fed policy, Treasuries

  7. Where do I go


    Fri, 9 May 2014

    have now. Don't ask me why. It was a stab in the dark - some of this, some of that. VBTLX $84470 39% VFIIX 35279 17% PONDX 27928 13% VBIRX 30126 14% FNMIX 21065 10% STHTX 14500 7% Also $37644 in VWINX. <!-- BODY,DIV,TABLE,THEAD

  8. Greatly appreciate your advise


    Fri, 2 May 2014

    WHGIX Westwood Income Opportunities 17% TIBIX Thornburg Income Builder 17% PRWCX T Rowe Price Capital Appreciation 17% PONDX Pimco Income 11% VWELX Vanguard Wellington 11% VWINX Vanguard Wellesley Income 10% PGDIX Principal Global Div Income My yield

  9. Bond Ladder Now? Dr. H. DT, Yogi et. al.


    Fri, 18 Apr 2014

    some additional ballast to my portfolio. I'm invested about 50-50 right now and have been comfortable with my bond funds ( PONDX , LSBRX, TEGBX, FNMIX, EAFAX, SPHIX, KTF, PML) and they have done well. I would likely sacrifice some yield but hopefully

  10. PBDDX-Pimco Corp Invest Gr


    Mon, 31 Mar 2014

    PBDDX Pimco Corp Invest Grade bond fund , a long term holding but am considering reducing. Not a recent decision, been considering. Main issue is duration over 6 years. May switch some to my default core holding of PONDX . Anyhow, what d'ya think about PBDDX? Bob

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