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Archive for January, 2013

Posted by Martin January 07, 2013

My plans for managing cash in my TD account

My plans for managing cash in my TD account

Recently I had to change my thinking about how I wanted to manage cash in my TD account and potentially in my all accounts. The question was, do I want to use all my cash (be always 100% invested) or keep some cash on side for potential purchases if an opportunity shows up. During my Continue reading →

Posted by MartZee January 06, 2013

My inspiration in last week #4

I often browse the internet to find ideas about investing, trading stocks, options, investing opportunities and strategies. I like to read about investors and what their investing/trading approach to create income you can live on is. This week I found the following interesting posts: New Purchase – KO, LINE / Sale – BWP – Compounding Continue reading →

Posted by Martin January 04, 2013

New trade – MBIA Inc (MBI) covered call

A few days ago when I was considering entering my DMD trade I came across MBIA company as a potential covered call candidate. I read about that company and the news I could find were discouraging. MBIA was fighting with Bank of America about some insurance claim accusing each other from fraud. At some point Continue reading →

Posted by Martin January 03, 2013

Dividend achievements

So the year 2012 is over. The King is dead, long live the King! A new year is here and I am quite optimistic amid all the tax hike issues and Obama screwing this beautiful and blessed country. My 2012 year investing plan was either non existent or chaotic. I was finally able to spell Continue reading →

Posted by Martin January 03, 2013

Is Abbott providing a chance of doubling your money?

Recently Abbott realized a spinoff when the company split into two entities – Abbott (ABT) and AbVie (ABBV). If you happened having some shares of ABT, right now you should have the exact amount of shares of ABBV in your account. Both stocks are now prices roughly at the half of the previous ABT price. Continue reading →