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From: Paul Senior7/6/2010 4:43:56 PM
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Not doing well with my position in WLFC -- stock keeps falling.

I'll add to my position a bit again though now.

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From: Paul Senior8/23/2012 1:51:44 PM
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Reentering AYR. avg 8% roe on past six years of profitable earnings. 5% div yield.

Am also holding AER in the aircraft leasing space.

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From: Woody_Nickels8/23/2012 2:08:55 PM
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Shouldn't this be in the Non-Tech message boards?

Woody

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To: Woody_Nickels who wrote (4)8/23/2012 2:20:23 PM
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Would seem so. Otoh, with only four posts here in two years, does anybody care?

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To: Paul Senior who wrote (3)10/22/2012 11:06:53 AM
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Adding a tad here.

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To: Paul Senior who wrote (3)11/6/2012 11:21:34 AM
From: Bocor
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Aircastle Limited declares $0.165/share quarterly dividend, 10.0% increase from prior dividend of $0.15. For shareholders of record Nov. 30.

This stock has been overlooked IMO for a while.

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From: Paul Senior8/15/2013 11:11:08 PM
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FSC enters aircraft leasing business:

"Fifth Street Finance Corp. ( FSC) (the "Company" or "Fifth Street") announced today the formation of a new portfolio company in the aircraft leasing sector, First Star Aviation LLC ("First Star")."


finance.yahoo.com.


(I am a holder of a few FSC shares.)

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From: Paul Senior12/16/2013 1:38:11 PM
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AerCap is buying AIG's International Lease Finance operations. From the WSJ, "The acquisition will make AerCap the world's largest plane lessor, with roughly 1,300 planes."


"AerCap is acquiring ILFC at "a significant discount to book value" thanks partly to accounting rules applied to the deal. This, combined with AerCap's Irish tax domicile, makes the deal highly attractive. He said that after the ILFC's portfolio revaluation, older models account for only about 15% of its value. The large number of older planes in ILFC's portfolio has been one uncertainty hanging over the company."


"After the deal completion, slated for the second quarter of next year, AIG will be the single largest shareholder in AerCap, with approximately 46% of the combined company."




I'm a holder of a few shares of AerCap (AER) since June '09.


finance.yahoo.com

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From: Paul Senior7/15/2014 4:30:36 PM
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AL. Not doing well with my holding of FLY. I'll stick with it for now, but now go for a tracking position with AL.

finance.yahoo.com


Betting a bit on the expertise of Chair and CEO Mr. Udvar-Hazy, who did very well in starting and running a prior aircraft lease company, International Lease Finance Corp.

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To: Paul Senior who wrote (10)8/20/2014 2:10:18 PM
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FLY. Decided I'll up my position at current price. Has not been as good a performer as other aircraft leasing companies I am following. Otoh, 6.8% dividend yield is highest within the group.

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