Strategies & Market Trends : Dividend investing for retirement

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To: JimisJim who wrote (27983)10/2/2017 2:48:01 AM
From: Steve Felix3 Recommendations

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geoffrey Wren

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Well, I believe at the time of my last buy it was just over 14%, so 21% is a good thing. :)

08/07/2017 10:01:45 Bought 200 TIS @ 8.965
08/07/2017 09:46:30 Bought 300 TIS @ 8.75

I don't think it is currently trading at half what it will trade at. All else equal, a double from here will make it a 35% position.

Real dumb reason - because I can, and still hit income goals. Buying too early was a mistake,
but not adding at what I believed to be bargain prices, I felt would have been a second one.

I could sell those last 500 shares for a 55% gain, but that doesn't make sense to me, just to have
a smaller position.

There are other reasons I have decided to play this one out: our healthcare costs are not even 20% of what I
set aside, so I see no reason we will be pulling from here. My buddy's fatal cancer diagnosis weighs on me.
If I average out the ages of my dad and his only brother when they passed, I died a few months ago. I'm
having too much fun with my grandsons to worry about money I am not going to need. I am handing this
over to my son-in-law when I turn 65 anyway, although I might just sell that last thousand shares of TIS first,
and take the cash.:)

Maybe it just humors me and I am nuts. :)
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