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DaFace 11:23 AM 06-27-2016
I know lewdog (and maybe others) have mentioned the desire to have a place to chat about personal finance stuff. We'll see if there's enough interest to keep this going in the long-term, but at least for now, here's a place to chat about whatever personal finance topics come up.



If you're just getting started thinking about saving and don't know where to begin,
this flow chart can help. Ask for advice in the thread for more help!
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Hammock Parties 10:36 PM 11-18-2020
Originally Posted by Hammock Parties:
I'm thinking IDEX might be the next play.

What say you, gents?
Hope you losers didn't sell.

I didn't, and the payoff is going to be epic.


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Hammock Parties 10:37 PM 11-18-2020
Originally Posted by Discuss Thrower:
Just dawned on me that I'll never see the Dow cross 30,000.
Oh man. LOOK AT THIS BITCH!
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Rain Man 12:40 AM 11-19-2020
Originally Posted by Hog's Gone Fishin:
Added SOLO to this EV watch list . It's up 171% since 9/28 :-)

I'd kind of like to have one of their cars just to run errands around town but I just imagine getting smashed between two semi's . No thanx!
I was kind of intrigued by the vehicle until I saw that it doesn't have to meet vehicle safety standards and it's made in China. That pretty much means that every person who climbs into one will die from mechanical failure, poisoning, or radiation.
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Hog's Gone Fishin 07:03 PM 11-19-2020
Originally Posted by Rain Man:
I was kind of intrigued by the vehicle until I saw that it doesn't have to meet vehicle safety standards and it's made in China. That pretty much means that every person who climbs into one will die from mechanical failure, poisoning, or radiation.
SOLO up another 39% today. I ALMOST bought some yesterday. But other than that today was the best day I've ever had in the stock market.
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lewdog 07:49 PM 11-19-2020
Originally Posted by Hog's Gone Fishin:
SOLO up another 39% today. I ALMOST bought some yesterday. But other than that today was the best day I've ever had in the stock market.
Be careful and set stops if you’re planning on riding up. At least to break even.

Too many players in the space. Many won’t make it.
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Rain Man 08:13 PM 11-19-2020
Originally Posted by Hog's Gone Fishin:
SOLO up another 39% today. I ALMOST bought some yesterday. But other than that today was the best day I've ever had in the stock market.
I'll consider investing in death traps for 39 percent a day.
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scho63 10:13 AM 11-20-2020
Nice little portfolio this guy put together of multiple industries. :-)

7 High-Yield Dividend Value Stocks to Buy
Jeff Reeves
Thu, November 19, 2020, 10:37 AM MST·5 min read
These are value stocks with reliable dividends.

https://news.yahoo.com/7-high-yield-...173726598.html

High-yield dividend stocks are appealing because they can deliver significant income to investors through their quarterly payouts. Unfortunately, some high-yield stocks are incredibly risky -- and the big dividends that are so attractive to investors today could dry up as quickly as tomorrow. If you're interested in receiving a big payday from your stock investments, then it's better to consider high-yield dividend value stocks. As value picks, these stocks come with solid underlying businesses -- generating robust revenue and profits to support operations for many years to come. Here are seven value stocks with high dividend yields.

Altria Group (ticker: MO)
The maker of Marlboro cigarettes as well as various chewing tobacco and vaping products, Altria is certainly not a growth stock as the obvious health risks of these products ensure a pretty low ceiling. However, the addictive nature of nicotine coupled with the fact that MO has some of the most dominant brands on the planet adds up to a strong value proposition here. A well-run business with free cash flow of about $8 billion each year, there's a firm foundation underneath Altria shares that should give investors peace of mind as they hang on for the very generous dividend in this value stock.
Current yield: 8.3%


AT&T (T)
Big Telecom stock AT&T is a great example of a dominant company with strong value characteristics. It has a $200 billion market cap, generates more than $170 billion in annual revenue and tallied an impressive $29 billion in free cash flow last year. While there's admittedly a lack of breakneck growth ahead as AT&T is pretty much locked in a dead heat with domestic telecom rival Verizon Communications (VZ), income investors can take comfort in the strong financials. Those financials also support a generous and growing dividend that has been increased in each of the last 35 or so years.
Current yield: 7.2%


AbbVie (ABBV)
Biopharmaceutical giant Abbvie is the company behind Humira -- a blockbuster antiflammatory drug -- and other various treatments for autoimmune disorders, cancers and other diseases. While health care stocks working on potential virus treatments have generally been in focus across 2020, a slow-and-steady drugmaker like ABBV is just what the doctor ordered for income investors who are averse to risk. While the stock's dividend is very generous, it remains less than half of total earnings per share and is perhaps ripe for big increases in the near future, too.
Current yield: 5.2%


Exxon Mobil Corp. (XOM)
It's true that Exxon has been on the outs due to increased focus on climate change and the reduction of fossil fuel consumption. That said, in classic value stock fashion, this energy company has stabilized lately as investors have realized the inherent assets of its business and the chance of strong revenues in 2021 despite the long-term headwinds. Consider that XOM is valued at $160 billion, while it's set to post nearly $220 billion in top line revenue next year. That's a significant discount, which makes this battered name worth a look at current prices now that the worst of the declines seem to be behind it.
Current yield: 9%


International Business Machines (IBM)
IBM is another old-school name that some investors may have written off for more fashionable tech companies, but the fact remains that this company is more than a century old and has one of the most dominant and entrenched businesses on the planet -- with around $9 billion in annual net income in recent years on some $70 billion in sales. It's also important to remember that while IBM's older business lines may not be doing so well, such as the physical servers people used to use before the cloud, IBM's Watson artificial intelligence products and services are definitely on the right side of current tech trends and will ensure the company remains relevant for many years to come.
Current yield: 5.5%


Kimco Realty Corp. (KIM)
KIM is a real estate investment trust, or REIT, which is a special class of publicly traded stock that must deliver 90% of its taxable income back to shareholders in exchange for preferential tax treatment of its real estate assets. Those properties are primarily "grocery anchored" shopping centers and mixed-use assets, commonly referred to as strip malls. While Kimco has admittedly seen some pressures lately as e-commerce weighs on retailers and pandemic disruptions have shuttered some local restaurants, KIM has valuable locations that will remain in demand even if the current tenant makeup may change. Real estate has inherent value, and that means KIM stock has a strong floor underneath it like the other value stocks on this list.
Current yield: 6.2%


PPL Corp. (PPL)
Headquartered in Allentown, Pennsylvania, PPL delivers electricity to millions of customers in Kentucky, Virginia and Pennsylvania. It also operates electricity distribution infrastructure in the United Kingdom and supplies natural gas to about 330,000 customers across the U.S. As with other names on this list of high dividend yield value stocks, it's unlikely we'll ever see a ton of growth out of PPL -- but it's equally unlikely we will see a major disruption to this entrenched business model. That adds up to reliable revenue and profits, which powers a generous and consistent dividend.
Current yield: 5.6%


Seven high-yield dividend value stocks to buy:

-- Altria Group (MO)

-- AT&T (T)

-- AbbVie (ABBV)

-- Exxon Mobil Corp. (XOM)

-- International Business Machines (IBM)

-- Kimco Realty Corp. (KIM)

-- PPL Corp. (PPL)
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Hammock Parties 10:39 AM 11-20-2020
The IDEX run up has begun.

Where do I take profitz?
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Hammock Parties 12:13 PM 11-20-2020
HA! FREE MONEY!

Originally Posted by :
You received the following dividend or interest payment(s) on 10/01/2020.

Security: VIACOMCBS INC (VIAC)
Amount credited: $30.06

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Hog's Gone Fishin 02:17 PM 11-20-2020
Originally Posted by Hammock Parties:
The IDEX run up has begun.

Where do I take profitz?
Anything involved with Electric vehicles is killing it especially the last week. Let it climb and use a stop loss to protect yourself.

BLNK
BEEM
SBE

EV charging stations are really making me money right now.

With Dementia in the White House it should continue for some time. He wants to put oil producers out of work anyway.
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Hog's Gone Fishin 02:52 PM 11-20-2020

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Hog's Gone Fishin 03:07 PM 11-21-2020

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Demonpenz 04:34 PM 11-21-2020
litecoin and xrp going on a run
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Hog's Gone Fishin 06:13 PM 11-21-2020
Originally Posted by Demonpenz:
litecoin and xrp going on a run
Oh goody ,I have litecoins. I wish I could access my account.
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Hammock Parties 07:45 AM 11-23-2020
Time to cash out on IDEX I think.

Bought at 1.45 and the ship has come in.
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