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Subject:  Re: AOL Article Date:  7/6/2006  6:29 PM
Author:  SkierDena Number:  1354 of 7325

David.... thank you so much for the absolutely phenomenal advice. I watch Bloomberg everyday, but certainly don't trade everyday. I have actually bought many companies and held onto them for a number of years and sold for a profit, intl ($14.90-$28,00 / askj $2.50-28.00+, jpm, nok, mot) lots of stocks once I took my portfolio away from financial advisors. I sold everything this year and have a lot of cash to invest (well, it's a lot to me). I recently bought peix for $22.00 and repurchased 200 shares of google at $350.00 several months ago. I am 57 years old, going on 35 (very active) and would like to retire soon without selling all my real estate investments. I believe in dividend stocks and reinvestment, but at my age, how long would it take for these stocks to pay off? and.. I manage my own SEPP & Roth IRA so I want to make good choices. I also manage my fiance's Roth IRA. He has a 401-K that is mainly invested in Newmont stock (as he is a Newmont employee) and wants my suggestions on what to buy when he sells his Newmont stock. I am refusing to give him advice (although I bought him askj at $3.00 & sold it somewhere around $30.00). I will read the books you suggested and look forward to reading articles and posts from you to others. You are going to go very far in this life David.. I, as I know others are, am hoping we can learn much from you along the way. Has trump offered you a job yet? ;-) Dena
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