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|Subject: Re: Buying a new home, what type of loan?||Date: 3/26/2013 6:50 PM|
|Author: kahunacfa||Number: 125008 of 126652|
I get those Terms all of the time as a matter of course from Insurance Companies where I know the "Bond Pukes" as I always call them.
I almost NEVER purchase Fixed Income securities. Portfolios are typically 90% to 95% stocks and 5% to 10% cash reserves. Last managed portfolio returned 58.4% annual compound rate-of-return over the life of the Fund <Audited>. Options covered Call hedging activates if done correctly can often add 150 t259bbasis points to the underlying un hedged portfolio of Stocks, - see for example past articles documenting these results from Professional Journals such as: Journal of Portfolio Management, CFA Journal, Journal of Economics, as well as other professional Literature. Any skilled Research Liberian should be able to verify numbers falling in this range.
Investment consultants such as Mercer, TIAA-Cref, Wilshire Associates and the CFA Institute <http://www,CFAInstitute.org> can help.
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