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post #9346 of 11160

Some bad PR for VRX and the health insurance industry in general.

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http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-lazarus-20150306-column.html

post #9347 of 11160
VRX...


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Edit: I've never experienced a one day drop of 30+%. I'm down like 60% now wow

Edit: 40%
Edited by GreenFrog - 3/15/16 at 7:19am
post #9348 of 11160
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Originally Posted by GreenFrogΒ View Post

VRX...


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😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

Edit: I've never experienced a one day drop of 30+%. I'm down like 60% now wow

Edit: 40%
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Re-upped at $42. Where's the floor!?
post #9349 of 11160
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Re-upped at $42. Where's the floor!?

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Looks like you would have to look to 2011 or 2012 for a support line but those are pretty old. Β Plus it takes some time to build in support at new price ranges. Β Good luck!

post #9350 of 11160
Ridiculous. Might double down on VRX at these levels.

Also looking to initiate a spec play on WATT.
post #9351 of 11160

Where are all of you guys keeping non-investment cash? Β We have multiple savings accounts that get a 1% bonus per year but it is capped so I keep opening accounts to get more bonus $$$. Β Ideas? Β 

post #9352 of 11160
I keep it in a capital one 360 account (formerly ING direct).
Rates obviously used to be higher (like all high yield savings accounts), but they still pay .75%.

Best part however are the sub-accounts. You can split your account into sub accounts at will. So instead of just having one big pile of money, you can put some in a down payment account, and set up an automatic deduction into a travel account, etc.
post #9353 of 11160
Down 70% on VRX after today's price action lmao.

This is after my purchasing it after its 50% drop in October.

What a shit, shit stock. laugh.gif

I ain't even mad.
post #9354 of 11160

VRX now has a lingering default risk.Β  A minor one IMO, but then I am not a fixed income guy

post #9355 of 11160
Dat dot plot
post #9356 of 11160
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Originally Posted by otcΒ View Post

I keep it in a capital one 360 account (formerly ING direct).
Rates obviously used to be higher (like all high yield savings accounts), but they still pay .75%.

Best part however are the sub-accounts. You can split your account into sub accounts at will. So instead of just having one big pile of money, you can put some in a down payment account, and set up an automatic deduction into a travel account, etc.

Just curious but how did you work around the lack of POD or am I reading old information? I remember you talked about the subaccounts before and was reminded just now to open an account because of that neat feature. (Is 360 the only savings to offer that? I need to check with Chase.) But the lack of a POD or essentially a TOD is perplexing; I do not have a trust..
post #9357 of 11160
I would answer your question, but I have no idea what a POD or TOD is.
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post #9358 of 11160
Payment on death/transfer on death
post #9359 of 11160
Well, in that case I can't answer your question as I don't know the answer.

I've been there since it was ING direct, but as I understand it, it is just a normal savings account, other than the fact that they don't have real branches and you have to make deposts/transfers electronically.
post #9360 of 11160
Back at where we were before the year started.

Feels unnerving. Something ain't right.
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