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Personally, with funds like OZM, I love that they pay a nice fat regular dividend, but there's also a bit of movement on the share price itself so I add and subtract my number of units there too. Dividends and asset appreciation, win-win IMO. I do the same thing with my REITS. If they're high enough I just sell off the whole lot and wait to buy back in at a lower price. I may miss out on some dividends for a month or two but I'm only selling it all off if it's really worth...
I trimmed my position on TSLA and took a little money off the table. I still think there's a lot of upside in theory, but just based on what's been happening for the past few weeks I'd rather wait if it dips again and buy lower than I did before. I sold off my HCP position and took the profits. Same with my VWO position. Nearly ready to sell my OZM position too. Good stock though, I hope to buy back in, in future. Saw VTR news premarket and was debating buying... damn...
I really wanted to like that with it's cool bottle, noted nose (IIRC) and great list of accords on paper but on skin I found it was all good for maybe an hour and then more or less turned into a skin scent. Too short lived for me to buy a bottle. SOTD wearing that Russian Tea scent and wow, this is just really nice. It's a smokey black tea but has a solid strong lemon note that's pretty persistent . I've got a good solid 8-10 hours out of this at least with very...
I was just in Milan last weekend and saw a bottle of Bois Morocain at a TF counter there and was like errrr what? how is this still here?
Just got in my decant yesterday and looking forward to finally wearing this one too after hearing to much about it!My pleasure! Enjoy!For fresh summery stuff that's masculine, phew so many choices... Actually +1 to Hermes in general, they seem to do that pretty well.SOTD is CdG Avignon - finally pulled the trigger and bought a bottle and got it yesterday. Very happily wearing it today. This was one of the first scents that really made me go 'wow' and all these years later...
Amex (AXP) looking good to nibble at in my opinion.
I'm Canadian. We have a few registered accounts available. The TFSA (Tax Free Savings Account), which is post tax money and any growth within it aren't taxed when they're pulled out, so cap gains or income etc it's all the same. In this account I go aggressive for growth because it's all tax free whatever I can churn out. RRSP (Registered Retirement Savings Plan), which is pretax money, so I'll end up paying income tax on this when I pull money out in future, but for now...
Just throwing in a cent re dividend investing strategy: All of my investments are in tax sheltered accounts so all growth is tax free (sort of). I'm relatively young so it's a lot of money to me now but long term won't matter too much, unless it becomes a lot. I'm overly confident and haven't been burned yet too hard to know any better. Therefore for me, I don't bother with dividends. I'm not in the stock for more than 2-3 months anyway. Today I bought more MU, bought...
Ha, was just eyeing Kraft in the past few days waiting for closer to the $60-61 mark. Just bought some more MU at $27.58 Edit - crap, I thought that was a good price. If anyone hasn't look at this, it's under $27 now and I'd say worth picking up for sure. Lots of upside potential
Cola, whatever you did last fit, that was good. This looks closer to your 'usual' ways... those jeans are just bad bad bad, sorry mang but basically it's all over the place... you've got a leather that's baggy, a horizontal stripe sweater (makes you look 'wider' duh, though not actually all that ugly), terrible light washed summer jeans, and boots which maybe are ok but look stubby since your jeans are puddling over them. ditch the jeans for sure, rework the sweater...
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