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Old 09-17-2020, 08:08 AM
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So.....back to the dividend topic. Particularly. QYLD.
This ETF pays about 11.1% annual dividend via montly payments. The expense factor is .6% making the total yield about 10.5%.
The share price is pretty stable over the long term.

Dumb question: why WOULDN'T someone have this in a portfolio? Particularly, those wanting steady monthly income.

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Old 09-17-2020, 08:11 AM
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Originally Posted by kennyboy View Post
For those of you F haters. A Ford 150 is sold every 29 seconds. I think it's on the rebound. At least that is what my gut tells me...
ok.
But.
What is F highest potential upside? Not much relative to other options imo.
Old 09-17-2020, 08:16 AM
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Originally Posted by olyveoil View Post
ok.
But.
What is F highest potential upside? Not much relative to other options imo.
I own a lot of shares and I see it doubling and more in the nextt year. They will bring back the dividend too, so I am good with that.
Old 09-17-2020, 08:22 AM
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Originally Posted by kennyboy View Post
I own a lot of shares and I see it doubling and more in the nextt year. They will bring back the dividend too, so I am good with that.
ok.
As it stands now.
No dividend and looking back to 1972 on yahoo the highest it has ever been was 1998 at $32.
I just dont see F making a '97-'98 run for a short term play. Not a "hater", just see much better opportunities elsewhere.
Old 09-17-2020, 08:24 AM
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Originally Posted by olyveoil View Post
So.....back to the dividend topic. Particularly. QYLD.
This ETF pays about 11.1% annual dividend via montly payments. The expense factor is .6% making the total yield about 10.5%.
The share price is pretty stable over the long term.

Dumb question: why WOULDN'T someone have this in a portfolio? Particularly, those wanting steady monthly income.

Thanks for the tip, bayrunner16.
covered call options do not provide for a fixed income stream. You are looking at a period beginning with a 2013 inception date which is pretty short. Not saying the investment is good or bad but it is not what I would consider a stable income portfolio.
Old 09-17-2020, 08:28 AM
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Originally Posted by olyveoil View Post
So.....back to the dividend topic. Particularly. QYLD.
This ETF pays about 11.1% annual dividend via montly payments. The expense factor is .6% making the total yield about 10.5%.
The share price is pretty stable over the long term.

Dumb question: why WOULDN'T someone have this in a portfolio? Particularly, those wanting steady monthly income.

Thanks for the tip, bayrunner16.
Interested too
Old 09-17-2020, 08:30 AM
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Originally Posted by BACKTOTHESEA View Post
covered call options do not provide for a fixed income stream. You are looking at a period beginning with a 2013 inception date which is pretty short. Not saying the investment is good or bad but it is not what I would consider a stable income portfolio.
thanks for input. You lost me on covered call options, though.
Why couldn't I just purchase 1000 shares - receive $200/month income stream? and the risk comes with share price or yield being reduced.
Old 09-17-2020, 08:42 AM
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TCNNF took a dip below $20. If you buy now, your investment is better than mine.j
They just bought a pair of PA businesses for around $100 million in a nicely done purchase with cash and stock with performance incentives.
Lots of banter in the Conversations on Yahoo Finance. The potheads love this company and it might be their pipe dreams come true for the first time.
Old 09-17-2020, 08:43 AM
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Originally Posted by olyveoil View Post
thanks for input. You lost me on covered call options, though.
Why couldn't I just purchase 1000 shares - receive $200/month income stream? and the risk comes with share price or yield being reduced.
https://www.investopedia.com/article...vered-call.asp
Old 09-17-2020, 08:57 AM
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Originally Posted by joe.giuliano View Post
Right.
The ETF is executing the covered calls and the investor in the ETF (me) is getting 10.5% annual.
Am I wrong?
Like bayrunner said treat it like a moneymarket that pays 10% and not .5%.
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Originally Posted by olyveoil View Post
thanks for input. You lost me on covered call options, though.
Why couldn't I just purchase 1000 shares - receive $200/month income stream? and the risk comes with share price or yield being reduced.
Visit their website. It is pretty informative as well. Prospectus, fact sheet, etc.
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Anyone know why GE's making a small climb today- see it going further?
Old 09-17-2020, 09:17 AM
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Originally Posted by olyveoil View Post
Right.
The ETF is executing the covered calls and the investor in the ETF (me) is getting 10.5% annual.
Am I wrong?
Like bayrunner said treat it like a moneymarket that pays 10% and not .5%.
I was the one that originally mentioned QYLD. I own it but it is not a money market. There is significant volatility when the overall market hits the fan. Its high was 25 and low was 20. That is significant. I think as long as the market rises or stays in a range it will be OK.
Old 09-17-2020, 09:21 AM
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Originally Posted by joe.giuliano View Post
I was the one that originally mentioned QYLD. I own it but it is not a money market. There is significant volatility when the overall market hits the fan. Its high was 25 and low was 20. That is significant. I think as long as the market rises or stays in a range it will be OK.
so using as a hedge to volatility? Ie fang stocks are flying high .... for now. When there is a correction QYLD is a hedge + you are getting 10.5% annual paid monthly.
right?
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Market's getting jail sexed today.
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Originally Posted by olyveoil View Post
so using as a hedge to volatility? Ie fang stocks are flying high .... for now. When there is a correction QYLD is a hedge + you are getting 10.5% annual paid monthly.
right?
Not really. A hedge is something that you know is inversely correlated.
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Originally Posted by joe.giuliano View Post
I was the one that originally mentioned QYLD. I own it but it is not a money market. There is significant volatility when the overall market hits the fan. Its high was 25 and low was 20. That is significant. I think as long as the market rises or stays in a range it will be OK.

QYLD has been good to me for some time.
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Originally Posted by magua View Post
QYLD has been good to me for some time.
Me too. It has been steady and have a decent gain too aside from the divs.
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Originally Posted by magua View Post
Market's getting jail sexed today.
kinda.
Fang and microsoft suck today.
others down much less.
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Originally Posted by kennyboy View Post
I see it doubling and more in the next year. They will bring back the dividend too.
I'd go a case of beer on that for a friendly wager...

And for the shareholders, hope to lose.

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