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  • Yonakit | Send Message 14 Nov

    $OIA looking more and more attractive each passing day. Wait for it though.
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      • Yonakit | Send Message 22 Jan

        Leverage as high as 1.51 few days ago. With selling today, have lowered to 1.41. Lost a considerable amount of div with $OIA, $T, $VZ sales.
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          • Yonakit | Send Message 22 Jan

            Out of $OIA at $7.41 for about a 10% gain. Sold about 20% of $VZ and $T core for 3% gain not including a lot of dividends collected.
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              • Yonakit | Send Message 6 Nov 2015

                Bought back some $KHC and $OIA. Added to $HSY. Sold $PCAR and in and out of $HAIN on the day.
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                  • Yonakit | Send Message 26 Oct 2015

                    Sold 2/3 of my $OIA position. Will buy back at some point.
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                      • Yonakit | Send Message 16 Oct 2015

                        Nibbled on some $OIA here. Solid junk low leverage muni CEF at 9%+ discount. Gradually building full long position.
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                          • Yonakit | Send Message 14 Aug 2015

                            Bot $AAPL, $XOM, $MMM, $IBM, $EMR, $BUD, and $T this week. Best move last week was restarting a position in $OIA at $6.65.
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                              • Yonakit | Send Message 5 Aug 2015

                                Got back into $OIA today. Low leverage, junky muni CEF near 10% discount to NAV sporting a +6% yield.
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                                  • Dr. Kris | Send Message 20 Nov 2012

                                    Muni bond funds on the move. At new highs: $OIA, $MYN, $MHN, $NZF. Yields between 5.3 - 5.6%.
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                                    • Dr. Kris | Send Message 20 Nov 2012
                                      : I haven't researched any of the them; I just report their technical activity. Most folks buy muni bonds in the state they reside...
                                    • Dr. Kris | Send Message 20 Nov 2012
                                      : ...for tax purposes. (In some states, muni bonds are exempt from state taxes.) That's pretty much the extent of my muni bond knowledge.
                                      • Dr. Kris | Send Message 2 Dec 2011

                                        Munis on the move: Muni funds have been rallying recently. At new highs today: $NEA, $MYI, $MQY, $BFZ, $KSM, $MFM, $MYF, $OIA. 6-7% yields.
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