Even if you could afford to do this (with your debts, you can't, that is, you shouldn't), why in heaven's name would you put all your money in one stock? DIVERSIFY! How about a dividend-paying fund with a variety of stocks. After you pay off your debts. Ok porfollio at Schwab 12 BAC+L 137 F+A (Ford Preferred 7.5% Notes) 728.7179 JPM 1000 par BANK OF AMERICA 5.85%25INTERNOTES DUE 11/15/25 1000 par BARCLAYS BANK 3.25%24FMED TRM NT DUE 07/26/24 2000 par GEN ELEC CAP CP 4%32MED TRM NT DUE 09/17/32 1000 par MORGAN STANLEY 5.5%21MED TRM NT DUE 07/28/21 1000 par SLM CORP 5.40%23EDNOTES DUE 03/15/23 1000 par SLM CORP 5.50%29EDNOTES DUE 06/15/29 2000 par SLM CORP 5.70%29EDNOTES DUE 03/15/29 2,356.7048 HBAN (HUNTINGTON Bank) 103.3107 USB (US Bank)44.319 Schwab Health Care Mutual Fund323.2754 American Express5.25 BAC +E 7 DDT25.204 F133.2121 HIG1,349 LQMT4 MER+M 10 SCHD11 SCHH29 SCHB1000 par SLM CORP 5.75%29EDNOTES DUE 03/15/29 Vanguard 90 Vanguard Health Care fund237 unit Vanguard International Annuity
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