Ignoring this has significantly, likely catastrophic consequences for our planet and mankind.]]>

Ignoring this has significantly, likely catastrophic consequences for our planet and mankind.]]>

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Good thoughts coming your way.

Tom]]>

Good thoughts coming your way.

Tom]]>

If its a big number, the stock price could jump. If its a small number, the stock could tank.

I'm going to throw out my guess of 6,500 pre-orders by Monday April 4th and the stock price goes up @ 6-8%.

Anyone else want to make a guess?]]>

If its a big number, the stock price could jump. If its a small number, the stock could tank.

I'm going to throw out my guess of 6,500 pre-orders by Monday April 4th and the stock price goes up @ 6-8%.

Anyone else want to make a guess?]]>

Thanks.....Tom]]>

Thanks.....Tom]]>

I appreciate the time and effort you put into this article that will help me and other readers learn to make informed investment decisions.

Thank you..........Tom]]>

I appreciate the time and effort you put into this article that will help me and other readers learn to make informed investment decisions.

Thank you..........Tom]]>

Just started reading Bob's column this morning and the comments sections so this may have been answered further down in the comments.

When you go from a 3% yield to a 2% yield, you are reducing your yield by 1/3 not 1/2; 2% is 2/3's of 3%. In addition, your commented:

"In other words add the 50% one is not getting, with a 2% yield, and require the 5 yr CAGR the company is providing to be 18%"

Chowder's original rule stated the current yield plus the 5 yr CAGR should be 12%. Your 2% yielding stock would then require a 33% increase of the Chowder rule or 15.96% (12% X 1.33), not 50%.]]>

Just started reading Bob's column this morning and the comments sections so this may have been answered further down in the comments.

When you go from a 3% yield to a 2% yield, you are reducing your yield by 1/3 not 1/2; 2% is 2/3's of 3%. In addition, your commented:

"In other words add the 50% one is not getting, with a 2% yield, and require the 5 yr CAGR the company is providing to be 18%"

Chowder's original rule stated the current yield plus the 5 yr CAGR should be 12%. Your 2% yielding stock would then require a 33% increase of the Chowder rule or 15.96% (12% X 1.33), not 50%.]]>

As usual, good solid info and analysis.

Did I miss the article on your "Optimal Portfolio" or is that still in the works?

Tom]]>

As usual, good solid info and analysis.

Did I miss the article on your "Optimal Portfolio" or is that still in the works?

Tom]]>

Thanks for the informative article and anaylysis of ACAS.

So if one were to sell their shares of ACAS, where amongst the remaining BDC's, if any, would you recommend deployment of the proceeds?

Tom]]>

Thanks for the informative article and anaylysis of ACAS.

So if one were to sell their shares of ACAS, where amongst the remaining BDC's, if any, would you recommend deployment of the proceeds?

Tom]]>

Any foreign tax implications with the TGH dividend?]]>

Any foreign tax implications with the TGH dividend?]]>

If I may ask, what's been the yield on VNQ?

Thanks......Tom]]>

If I may ask, what's been the yield on VNQ?

Thanks......Tom]]>

Thanks.............Tom]]>

Thanks.............Tom]]>