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

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    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

  2. PBDDX-Pimco Corp Invest Gr

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    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

  3. PIMIX/ PONDX Instead of an Annuity?

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    Mon, 17 Mar 2014

    income stream. Over its history, PIMIX has an excellent history of not eroding principle as a result of its income distributions. I would appreciate your feedback for using PIMIX/ PONDX as an alternative to an annuity for an income stream.

  4. Portfolio Proposal (suggestions please)

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    Sat, 1 Mar 2014

    villx 30% vwinx 30% berix 20% jabax I've also been considering adding bond funds in there and changing up the %'s, pondx to be exact... any thoughts/suggestions/alternatives i should be looking at? also... on a side note, fido is wanting

  5. total return vs income

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    Sat, 8 Feb 2014

    I am currently invested in PONDX (6% of total port. of which 20% is allocated towards bonds ..... at my age (36) is it prudent to invest in an income fund such as PONDX or would I be better suited with a total return strategy? Not sure

  6. Port. advice.

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    Sun, 26 Jan 2014

    throw my port up for a look by you guys. Any insight is welcome. Age-36 Total portfolio value-125,000 Holdings- FFNOX-50% PVSAX-6% SKSEX-6% OBIOX-6% OAKWX-6% SFGIX-6% FAIRX-6% PONDX -6% SPHIX-4% WAFMX-4%

  7. Capecod, DrHelen, and others: Is PONDX diversified enough to be a single sole bond holding?

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    Fri, 24 Jan 2014

    I have to two bond funds in my portfolio - FFRHX and PONDX . Each represent approximately 5% of my portfolio ..... it make sense to sell FFRHX and move the proceeds to PONDX ? I like PONDX because it has slightly over 1/3 of its portfolio

  8. Should I make any changes to this allocation?

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    Wed, 22 Jan 2014

    66. Here is my current allocation. PRBLX - 35% VWIAX - 15% BERIX - 14% MWTRX - 8% WWIAX - 8% SWJRX - 7% JPVTX - 7% PONDX - 6% I consider myself a conservative investor. Does anyone have any suggestions for changes to this allocation? Do you think

  9. Suggestions Please: Non-Fidelity (NTF) Bond Funds

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    Sun, 19 Jan 2014

    BlackRock High Yield Bond Inv A, High-Yield Bond Fund, Avg Eff Duration: 3.49 years, Avg Credit Quality: B PONDX - PIMCO Income D , Multi-Sector Bond Fund, Avg Eff Duration: 4.90 years, Avg Credit Quality: unrated Gatorbyter

  10. Nagorak - what are you major fund holdings?

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    Tue, 14 Jan 2014

    PRWCX - 24%; Cash -- 9%; FFRHX - 5%; PONDX - 2%; FNMIX - 1%; OAKIX - 0.5%. The reason ..... adding to it. And, adding moving the proceeds to PONDX . Would probably add Cash to PONDX as well to bring it to 5%. PONDX is a very diversified

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