AJ, Sir. Are you so forgetful that you don't even remember what you've written? I hereby quote the first sentence which you launched this thread.There are shares available around 24.66 of this newly issued mortgage bond. It's hard to find an A- rated utility issue like this under par and over 6%. Ex-div is close also for a small bonus...............XotAre you now saying that you did not write that sentence? Are you now saying that someone else wrote those words? You pimped those shares as A- , which is the sort of half-truths that securities touts often use. As for the title you used to launch the thread, EMZ- liquidity now, that is a very sick joke when the prospectus clearly points out that no liquidity can be assured. Are you fronting for the underwriters, trying to stir up interest is this piece-of-trash bond?Yes, I am denying it. As I pointed out before, you are confusing me with the original poster, LordXot. I am aj485, not LordXot.In your confusion, you also seem confused about the fact that this security does actually pay cash interest. If you had bothered to read the prospectus, which I was kind enough to provide you a link to, you would have read that there is interest quarterly. AJ- who is not a sir, either - m'am would be more appropriate
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