Importantly to use 6 yrs ( since 08') = 8.8% apy 10 yr = 7.6% apy Since 2000 = 8.4% apy Personal Opinions: and Just IMO and MOE since using BF's since 1996.. This is also My #1 Portfolio I recommend to New and Younger Investors to start with
prices-perhaps this is right after distribution dates. Anyhow for illustration look at MNR-B, which is low volume, and imo great underlying reit which almost always trades above par. Yet there are those periodic spikes down. So have placed limit
90% corporate, 13% only leveraged, 8.23% yield, trading at nice discount to NAV. Also world bond fund but, unlike PDI, mainly corporate. No return of capital in distributions. Looks pretty good imo ...What do others think? Bob
Successful Pro' to Gamble their $ for them wouldn't it? You're doing the same using Balanced Funds.. Of course, just IMO after owning BF's for over 15 yrs. .. So DYOR and Decide for yourself.. Then Do the Opposite, accept your Limitations
By Chris Damas : Bonterra Energy ( OTC:BNEFF ) is a conservatively financed mid-cap Canadian light oil and natural gas producer, with high field energy netbacks but no commodity hedges to limit participation in rising oil and natural gas prices. The company reports its 2013 reserves after the ...
market killer. The median forecast of economists puts the headline at +190,000 and private payrolls at +185,000. But IMO that is totally unrealistic and could trigger a selloff. The unusual weather has to be a big factor as people would rather stay
By Sean Weston : ConocoPhillips ( COP ), the largest independent E&P company, currently yields an attractive 4.2%. The dividend is poised to grow as management has stated it is a top priority. Projects in the works over the next 4 years do look attractive, but I think they are still making some ...
Imperial Oil ( IMO +2.2% ) opens higher after a weekend ..... appreciation on strong production growth. IMO represents 6%-7% of XOM's production ..... shares, now trades at a slight discount. IMO does the opposite of what others do to boost
Imperial Oil posted slightly better than expected fourth-quarter cash flow (CAD 1.67 per share versus expected CAD 1.55), as the downstream
Watchers [ WTW ; pg 23]; Ford & GM [ F for long-term, GM for short-term; pg 25]; Canadian Imperial Oil [ IMO ; pg 27; see link below]. IMO story http://online.barrons.com/article/SB50001424053111903911904579348941635082908