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  • German Blue-Chips Are Increasing Dividend Payouts [View article]
    Which ETFs have equity securities considered to be Blue Chips which have a record of investing in Dividend payers?
    Apr 29, 2013. 01:33 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Silver's Support Looking Strong At $22 [View article]
    if you like SLV for all the reasons you seem to discuss - hedging equity and industrial use and supply.
    why not AGQ?
    Apr 26, 2013. 12:34 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • EXCO Resources: Smart Money Believes In This Cheap Stock [View article]
    Jaimini: I believe your followers - with an interest in XCO - might be interested in any response you might have regarding Josh Young's comments about the "missing analysis of the breakeven point for XCO's drilling, which is likely higher than the current natural gas price" and any thoughts you have regarding XCO's poor "record in drilling uneconomic gas wells".
    At least I would.
    It is hard to believe the 3 sophisticated investors you referenced have not considered such observations - but for whatever reason their Due Diligence researchers have come up with a half full bottle of whisky.
    Apr 26, 2013. 11:34 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • 6 REIT Plays Receiving Plenty Of Investor Attention [View article]
    To what extent should each of the above mentioned not be recommended for IRA and other tax sheltered retirement accounts due to UBTI or other reasons?
    Apr 23, 2013. 10:05 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Consider These 3 Most Punished Silver Stocks [View article]
    Compare AGQ with SDLV past three years of bull and bear moves.
    Obvious leverage works
    AHQ was up from the 36 month ago level of 27 almost 8 times to 191 from while SLV was up 3 times from 17 to 48.
    While SLV is back down to 22 while AGQ is back to 24.
    If one hopes or expects SILVER to recover, I would bet on the AGQ horse to earn the award for best return on the investment.
    Apr 18, 2013. 10:42 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Open for trading is Credit Suisse's Silver Shares Covered Call ETN (SLVO) with annual fee of 0.65%. The fund is long silver (through the SLV), but forgoes monthly gains in the metal greater than 6%, instead generating income by selling out-of-the-money calls in SLV. [View news story]
    I'd like to see the "what if" analysis if one were to employ the same strategy using AGQ instead of SLV
    Apr 17, 2013. 01:36 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Laying Out My BDC Investment Philosophy [View article]
    I hope everyone who reads this report knows that the most accurate and current listing of current positions in BIZD comes from the actual corporate web site:

    Based on this information and as of 4/12/12 BIZD holds 26 positions the biggest ten positions representing 68.36% of the total portfolio.
    Apr 15, 2013. 05:02 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Silver Hits Costs Of Production: Opportunity For Courageous Investors [View article]
    This has been a great forum for both the bulls and bears regarding SILVER.
    But did I miss any (?) comments regarding the use of AGQ by Silver bulls OR by those who want to hedge their global long equity portfolio
    rather than SLV or others mentioned.
    For those who have been "wrong" (or at least premature or early) in the timing of the purchases, Why not take a short or long term loss and use AGQ for a leveraged recovery from what are now relatively discounted values?
    The charting of the three year ago lows in both SLV (17) and AGQ (27) to their respective 2011 highs provides a nice picture.
    SLV (at 22) is still up 30% WHILE AGQ(24) is down 11%.

    Is these differences in relative values just technical ?
    or are their fundamental reasons I should not "invest" in AGQ rather than SLV for either hedging OR investment reasons (since it appears that I will get more bang for my bucks).
    Apr 15, 2013. 03:15 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Are You A Scared Silver Investor? [View article]
    Checking out the SLV vs the AGQ past three years.
    SLV was around 17.5 IN MAY OF 2010
    SLV was around 48 at it's peak a year later in April-May of 2011
    SLV started 2012 out at 25.65
    SLV got as high as 36.44 only 2 months later and
    SLV hit another low at 25.34 in July of 2012 and
    SLV - Friday hit a low of 25.17
    AGQ had a similar but leveraged pattern
    started at 27.5 in summer of 2011
    - went to a high of 191 in 2011
    hit a low of 34.45 (in July of 2012 when SLV hit 25.34)
    and Friday AGQ is at 31.9
    AGQ is currently 16% above its three year ago price of 27.5
    SLV is currently 45% above its three year ago price of 17.5
    Based on these stats and your knowledge of the leverage of AGQ and the fact that you would be a buyer of SLV in the 22-24 area.
    what is your guesstimate as to the price of AGQ if and when SLV
    gets down to the 22-24 range?
    IF I wanted to own Silver as a portfolio or inflation hedge, I believe that AGQ would provide more "silver as a hedge" for the buck
    than SLV.
    Would be interested in any thoughts.
    Apr 14, 2013. 10:57 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Enzo Investors Have To Be In It For The Long Haul [View article]
    Your 3/19 comments were timely.
    Now that the market has significantly revalued the shares almost 40% cheaper than they were only 2-3 months ago, and based on Friday's close and the fact that management will undoubtably be conducting multiple coast "one-on-one" meetings and multiple conference calls with concerned "institutional investors" due to these past few days of "no buyers", it will be interesting to watch the market for signs as to how management has guided sell side analysts toward valuing current price with current and future expectations relating to potential growth in the company business and important longer term product revenue trends.
    Apr 7, 2013. 09:10 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bill Gross PIMCO ETF Hits Lifetime High As Bond 'Great Rotation' Debunked [View article]
    Risk adjusted total returns assuming reinvestment of dividend payouts
    Risk adjusted total returns without reinvestment of payouts

    BOND was significantly less volatile than TLT starting at inception of BOND

    TLT dropped 11 % from its 129.7 high to last months low of 113.37.
    During the same time the biggest drawdown for BOND was less than 2% and it hit it's all time high this week while TLT is still 6% below its 2012 high.
    Apr 6, 2013. 03:10 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Gastar Exploration - Huge Well, Stock Buyback, New Resource Play, Litigation Resolved [View article]
    anything more on CXPO? Besides the one sentence??
    Apr 3, 2013. 08:33 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Winning Combination Of ETFs: Low Volatility, Dividend Growth, And Momentum [View article]
    Curiosity: Big Louie - above - suggested using SPHD as an additional
    source of finding a common holding.
    If so, it might help unearth some individual issues with higher yield.
    Or just use SPHD and PDP plus appropriate filters to seek greater yield with good technical momentum.
    Have you come up with any additional common holdings when using the 7 ETFs you currently have?
    Is there a service which helps one compare ETF portfolios?
    I like Dividend ETF Channel but not sure if it can do such a search.
    Apr 3, 2013. 03:45 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • PennantPark Floating Rate Capital: The Good, The Bad And The Maybe? Part 21 [View article]
    I am new to PFLT. It appears that they offered 3 mm shares at 14 but on the same day it "sold" down to 13.65 on about 1.75 mm shares - opening at 68 and closing at 13.81 - less than the 14/sh offer.
    Since then, there seems to be a glass ceiling at 14.
    Am I missing soething? or did the 3mm share offering at 14 not get placed in (at least relatively) strong hands?
    Apr 3, 2013. 02:19 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • High-Beta Or Low-Volatility ETFs? [View article]
    since inception of SPHB ,
    it appears that SPLV has outperformed on an absolute and risk adjusted basis.
    It appears that it has also outperformed SPY on a risk adjusted basis -
    From the bottom of any market,one would expect that theETF with the highest beta will out perform
    Since inception of sphb in may 2011
    splv is up 10%
    Spy is up about 18%
    for unknown (to me) sphb is down 1% ???
    Mar 23, 2013. 03:07 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment