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ADM owns our food. BG also has a good chunk of it. JBSAY was a lion's share of meat.

I don't think "sustainable" is a particularly key word investment wise. When you are talking about inflation and food price pressure the less-expensive-in-the-shore-run options would figure to be stronger.

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Food is always needed. Your portfolio is hungry. ADM is nice

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They don’t grow a huge amount if you’re a buy-and-hold investor. They’re supposed to be for their dividend. So they went up high when interest was zero but haven’t really come down hard yet (though they dame down a little). They peaked due to TINA (there is no alternative) but now aren’t reacting as much to yields being high. Regardless of whether the pace of increases is slowing, the interest rate is still high, so people should want to be moving some money to bonds principal. Right now the only cheap utility is EVRG everything else is fairly priced which, in a “crash” and high interest environment there are usually a bunch being dumped.

Similar thing for K and GIS and ADM. they’re supposed to be safety plays but now they’re up AND riskier stocks are up

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GILD ADM and MSFT. + yours minus Google

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As a dividend value investor, I’m dying for a period like that market reaction in 2018.

That was sort of ironically more lucrative than this year and on par with the covid crash

People were acting like dividend investing was dead. I remember buying SO at a 5 percent yield and ADM at a 4 percent yield and wondering if I was buying yield traps

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> are dividend stocks still worth it?

This question drives me nuts. Because a company pays dividends, does not make it good.

When a company gives out dividends, it is in lieu of investing in itself.

There are some great dividend stocks and my personal opinion is that long term, regular, dividends are one indicator that a company is a certain way. I love this and have a few of them (ADM & BF.B) and love em.

There are plenty of charlatan companies who give dividends trolling for yield freaks.

Invest in dividend companies if you feel the company is going to preserve your value. Treasuries are safer.

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ADM and BG own food, like all the food...

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ADM has been steady and seems to be gaining even more. MRK, JNJ, PFE have been steady too.

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Twitter was probably my best for the time in. I sold some earlier, but I dumped the rest of my crypto in March. I feel pretty good about that. ADM was probably my third.

SEMR is my dumpster fire, but I still feel great about it.

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If I were just sort of buying and forgetting I would aim for companies that I had a relatively high degree of confidence in still being positioned similarly or better 10 years from now.

In tech I would be most inclined towards Amazon and Microsoft probably. I don't think Apple is a bad choice but I have always had some skepticism about it being the Oldsmobile or Cadillac of tech. A huge part of its value comes from high end consumer loyalty and if that loyalty fades it would end up very overvalued. Mind you, I'm not saying this will happen, just that it is a risk. With Google I am quite confident that they will stay at the center of innovation for the foreseeable future. My concern there is that the way they are monetized (ads) doesn't have a lot to do with innovation. So, if ad revenue takes a big and lasting hit (which is a known risk) then you could end up with a much bigger version of our well known Not Incredibly Profitable Really Cool Disruptor type of company.

The other way I could go is just very basic basic products, like food (ADM, Bunge), liquor (MGPI), or electrical utilities (e.g ED, BKH, etc.).

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April bought all PUTS JAN 23 WMT $115’s $2.00 sold July $3.50 MSFT $190’s $4.75 sold July $3.75 DIS $90’s $2.50 sold July $$5.50 BA 120’s $4.00 sold July $8.80 Then in July bought Googl $96 for 5.50 sold Nov $9.00 Meta $110 for $6.00 sold Nov $20 AMZN $110 August for $4.50 sold Nov for $19

Also hit Fedex 2 earnings ago but weekly calls then Lost on ADM lost on MU hit on Nike Puts twice, SLB calls where an easy one when they said the wher going to take a million barrels out of production lol. Then wrecked LCID puts I will know how much in an hour. I loaded up on 11.50, 12 and 12.50 yesterday. Next I’m going long on BA $220-$250 Jan 23 calls.

Gave you a lot of info. What do you like coming up. I think we can have a party in pharma earnings this week

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Some pharma, some food (ADM has grown for me 25% ytd. Waiting for a pull back

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The global average +1.5 doesn't worry me as much as the rogue events that come with it. The scenarios I worry about most is that we're already seeing statistically significant increases in "once in a century" weather events. When those start happening annually in multiple regions, the likelihood that they'll hit key breadbaskets at the same time goes up year over year. With 1.5 C on the table, it becomes pretty likely that it will happen prior to 2030.

Once that happens you have two similar scenarios. One was modeled by FEMA and the DoD 6 or 7 years ago in conjunction with a group of the big food and ag companies. Mars, Cargill and ADM I believe but there were others onboard. The other was a Lloyd's risk analysis. They were called Food Chain Reaction and Food System Shock. There's a public facing version of both out there but I was at the ag summit so it's the one I think about more. Both involve the price of food spiking up suddenly and staying there for a prolonged period of time. If world governments cooperate and work together prices only go up by 300% and come back down in under 36 months and only a few hundred million people starve to death. If they don't, which it seems like they wouldn't, the outcome ranges from more than a billion dead by 2030 and war on every continent. The reports don't really cover the high carbon footprint of warfare but once that gets out of hand, much worse scenarios are on the table. I might have missed it, but I don't remember seeing the GHG footprint of WWIII in any of the IPCC models.

I think we'll see a sneak preview of what these acenarios will look like this winter if Putin is able to weaponize grain as much as he seems to want to. The war in Ukraine basically meets the criteria for one of the concurrent events you would need to trigger the reaction.

Other than that, I generally think we underestimate how much climate change is contributing to our current level of instability and how quickly it will ramp as progressively worse scenarios lock in.

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adm holding group in cyprus provide all seo products and ads. they did for me 2 google ads / PPC campaigns and they have been a huge help. check them out

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The cheapest they offer is VIIIX at .02%.

Offerings include: Putnam Stable Value Fund, Fidelity Total Visor Fund 2, VIIIX, T Rowe Price Dividend Growth, JP Morgan US Value R6, Fidelity Growth Comply Commingled PI, Vangaurd Extended Index Adm, Janus Henderson Enterprise, Fidelity low priced Stock Commingled, Columbia small cap value fund 2, Clearbridge small cap growth, t rose price international, American funds capital world, and a bunch of Fidelity K6 stocks

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Unfortunately, things might not get better. Feds are not going to stop increasing interest rates to stop inflation, and stock prices might go down. My portfolio (while its a simulator) has ADM, AZO, CI, EOG, GPC, and ORLY. 1% gain today 😐. Used finviz to find stable trending stocks.

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Company|Archer-Daniels-Mi... ($ADM) -|- Market Cap|$52.1B Revenue (L12M)|$98.7B Profit Margin|4.2% PE Ratio|13.09 Dividend Yield| 1.7% EPS|7.25 Return on Equity|17.8% Beta|0.793 Current Price|$97.52 Analyst Price Target|$100.08 (+2.6%)

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/u/askstockbot funda ADM

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I regret not pulling the trigger on ADM. That recession FUD got to me. I was thinking food prices would drop with less demand. Silly me didnt take into account maybe Putin would mess with the grain supply. Like how Saudi Arabia had OPEC mess with the Oil supply.

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The CEO of ADM sold something around 25 million shares near its high so it’s possibly gonna fall out the sky

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I’m currently holding meta calls 103 and 107 don’t ask me why. Someone in community chat was bullish on meta going up so I went in on that. Holding 10 calls on Xom for 110. Holding calls on GILD for 72. Holding 75 puts on Intel that are gonna burn up. Holding puts on beyond meat for earnings in 2 weeks. Holding 377 spy puts. Thinking about puts on ADM tomorrow and possibly Amazon. I may hold my Intel puts until lunchtime just to see if this morning was a pump and dump considering it’s still bad guidance

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So far this week - of the 8 who have posted earnings - from the 15 I offered -

Caty = beat

Agnc = beat

Bsrr......missed by a penny. Ugh

SYF = beat

ADM = beat

IBCP = beat

URI = Beat

MUSA = Beat

EQNR - (not posting earnings till friday now - not sure why that changed)

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Stock|Archer Daniels Mi... ($ADM)|Bunge Ltd ($BG) -|-|- 1 Day Change|+2.6%|+7.0% 1 Week Change|+5.8%|+8.6% 1 Month Change|+14.7%|+20.1% 1 Year Change|+58.9%|+24.4% 5 Year Change|+153.9%|+66.5% 10 Year Change|+350.8%|+90.2% Analyst Target|$98 (+4.8%)|$118.25 (+20.2%) Current Sentiment|Mildly Bullish|Mildly Bullish

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Company: Archer-Daniels-Mi... ($ADM)

Market Cap: $51.1B
Revenue (L12M): $94.4B
Profit Margin: 3.8%
PE Ratio: 14.38

Dividend Yield: 1.8%
EPS: 6.34
Return on Equity: 15.7%
Beta: 0.793

Current Price: $93.49
Analyst Price Target: $98 (+4.8%)

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/u/askstockbot funda ADM

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VLO, CP, ADM, OMAB

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SYF = beat ADM = beat IBCP = beat

5 out of 6 beats this week so far

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Didn't even know what ADM was.

In retrospect, seems like a good place to put some extra funds for diversity. Who doesn't need ag?

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Just noticed someone made a post about ADM earnings and it got no posts lmao this subs discussion can be so narrow.

https://www.reddit.com/r/stocks/comments/yd4t41/adm_accelerates_past_earnings/

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I never said the US wouldn't produce corn or have arable farmland. I said that having subsidies on corn insures there is a consistent source of corn. I also never said there wasn't a lot of money in producing food. But since you brought up multi-billion dollar companies.. you realize all those big companies you have heard of don't produce the crops, for the most part, right? Cargill, ADM, Bunge, Monsanto, all specialize in the food supply chain but don't actually grow the food. They let the smaller companies take on those risks and they manage other aspects of the supply chain that are not subject to the flat price of certain commodities.

"And the idea that we need corn in particular, and not any other crop (none is subsidized nearly as heavily as corn) is also ridiculous."

Corn is subsidized because it has very high yields, can be used for various things, and can grow in a large portion of the country. There isn't a better feed ingredient than corn for energy to the animal.

If corn was not subsidized at all and there was a year when big production around the globe took prices to $1.50/bushel what do you think would happen to US production the next year? It wouldn't be profitable for basically any farmer to produce corn so they would all switch to a different crop. Corn prices would then have the potential to go astronomical while the prices of other crops potentially cratered. Other farmers that don't have the resources to grow other crops would let their fields sit idle since it would be a loser to plant corn. The next year everyone would go back to corn once prices spiked and the process would repeat as everyone rushed to plant corn and ditched planting beans or wheat. If you don't think subduing volatility in commodity markets is important then you haven't been paying attention over the last 2 years.

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Futures (and options) are meant for the actual producers and large consumers. Anybody else is considered a speculator, like most of us here.

The other comments are good. You should be able to go to your local grain elevator and they should be able to help you out with this. I know ADM is good for this.

A quick internet search ' how to sell grain futures for farmers' https://www.whitecommercial.com/news-and-insights/the-best-way-for-farmers-and-grain-elevators-to-sell-the-carry It may give you a headache reading that at first but just skim read at first, you will pick up enough parts to understand it.

https://www.ers.usda.gov/webdocs/publications/99518/eib-219.pdf

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Medicaid cost recovery does specify that Medicaid gets repaid from the estate, with some provisions for deferring recovery under some circumstances. One of those is spouse still living in home.

If either parent was a veteran, check on VA benefits.

Any chance parent has long term care insurance? Checking financial statements sometimes uncovers insurance payments that you weren’t aware of.

Reverse mortgage?

I’d pay for a consultation with an elder care attorney. There may be options for trusts that would help preserve some assets, although I suspect those need to be established well before the need arises to avoid the Medicaid look back period.

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If i were gambling this week - based on those earnings surprises from zacks - these are the plays i would make:

*(Note - *There are others - but i only play certain ones based on criteria)

Monday - expected to beat earnings.

AGNC, CATY, BSRR

Tuesday - expected to beat earnings.

ADM, SYF, IBCP

Wednesday - expected to beat earnings.

EQNR, URI, MUSA

Thursday - expected to beat earnings.

PBF, PTCT, TFX

Friday - expected to beat earnings.

STEL, CMLS, XOM

That's 15 companies expected to beat earnings this week - I bet at least 11-12 of them WILL beat earnings *(maybe 13?)

Just a note - the way i use these is if i have money to gamble - I will buy options about 2 weeks out and usually see them rise up to earnings day, and then i Sell the call option the day before earnings if its profitable. If it's not profitable - I might hold through earnings. *(If I don't have alot of money to gamble that week - I might just buy a few shares and hold until they make a few percent) - I don't usually buy these the day before earnings are released - but maybe....just depends

**This year has been weird because everything is down - So instead of gambling, I have been doing alot more just buy and hold cheap companies and ETFs.

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If i were gambling this week - based on those earnings surprises from zacks - these are the plays i would make:

*(Note - *There are others - but i only play certain ones based on criteria)

Monday - expected to beat earnings.

BSRR, AGNC, CATY

Tuesday - expected to beat earnings.

ADM, SYF, IBCP

Wednesday - expected to beat earnings.

EQNR, URI, MUSA

Thursday - expected to beat earnings.

PBF, PTCT, TFX

Friday - expected to beat earnings.

STEL, CMLS, XOM

That's 15 companies expected to beat earnings this week - I bet at least 11-12 of them WILL beat earnings *(maybe 13?)

Just a note - the way i use these is if i have money to gamble - I will buy options about 2 weeks out and usually see them rise up to earnings day, and then i Sell the call option the day before earnings if its profitable. If it's not profitable - I might hold through earnings. *(If I don't have alot of money to gamble that week - I might just buy a few shares and hold until they make a few percent) - I don't usually buy these the day before earnings are released - but maybe....just depends

**This year has been weird because everything is down - So instead of gambling, I have been doing alot more just buy and hold cheap companies and ETFs.

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I need to rebalance my HSA, I’m -30% YTD 100% allocated to
VIGIX (Vanguard Growth Index Intuitional). Here are the options offered by my
plan, what would you do?:
VBIRX – VANGUARD SHORT-TERM BOND INDEX ADM
VBMPX - VANGUARD TOTAL BOND MARKET IDX INSTLPLS
VEMIX - VANGUARD EMERGING MKTS STOCK IDX INSTL
VEMPX - VANGUARD EXTENDED MARKET INDEX INSTLPLUS
VFTAX - VANGUARD FTSE SOCIAL INDEX ADMIRAL
VGSNX - VANGUARD REAL ESTATE INDEX INSTITUTIONAL
VIGIX - VANGUARD GROWTH INDEX INSTITUTIONAL
VIIIX - VANGUARD INST INDEX INSTL PLUS
VIPIX - VANGUARD INFLATION-PROTECTED SECS I
VMIAX - VANGUARD MATERIALS INDEX ADMIRAL
VMVAX - VANGUARD MID-CAP VALUE INDEX ADMIRAL
VSIAX - VANGUARD SMALL CAP VALUE INDEX ADMIRAL
VSMAX - VANGUARD SMALL CAP INDEX ADM
VTABX - VANGUARD TOTAL INTL BD IDX ADMIRAL
VTAPX - VANGUARD SHRT-TERM INFL-PROT SEC IDX ADM
VTINX - VANGUARD TARGET RETIREMENT INCOME FUND
VTPSX - VANGUARD TOTAL INTL STOCK IDX INSTLPLS
VVIAX - VANGUARD VALUE INDEX ADM
VWIAX - VANGUARD WELLESLEY INCOME ADMIRAL

Also, Target retirement funds are offered and I’m 37, so
2050 seems appropriate:
VFIFX - VANGUARD TARGET RETIREMENT 2050 FUND
Your thoughts are greatly appreciated!

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Yankee here. We are not close to the bottom yet. Too many things happening right now. Inflation is just one aspect only UK, Sweden, USA and some countries have that problem, excluded central and south America.

The geopolitical instability in E Europe and SE Asia can manifest to anything including a total disruption of globe. US adm. did not put political pressure in 2021 to prevent a war. It even refused to supply heavy weapons. The war could have been avoided in E Europe after the 2021 Russian exercise. It is now trying to fix Twn defense. But China could see it as an opportunity to sneak in.

If you factor two 3 things it is not even clear to me. J Powell only addresses US inflation with a shorter schedule. The other two will certainly make it difficult to assess.

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JPow and Xi gonna pivot at the same time adm spitroast bears

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It’ll materialize when the economy tanks and people lose their jobs and can’t pay their 10k ADM Kia’s and 5% down mortgages.

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The Situation: I'm 19 and work in IT, started investing March 30th. I'm able to put away roughly $400 a week, and have an extremely high risk tolerance because I'm in college and will be making much more in less than a year when I graduate. I own my car, have no credit card debt, and live at home. I've been obsessive about researching stocks and understanding how the market works and is related to the other markets - commodities, bond yields, geopolitical events, the Fed, PPI, CPI, consumer spending and credit, etc.

The Balances: Taxable Account Value - $8.3k Positions: 13k | Margin: -4.7k Traditional IRA: $2.4k Roth IRA: $1k Crypto: $0.05k Savings: $0.5k

Position Percentages add up to more than 100% because of margin.

The ETF's: SCHD (Schwab Div. Equity) - 18.5% VUG (Vanguard Growth) - 7.1% UPRO (3x Leveraged S&P) - 1.6% JEPI (Managed CC ETF) - 0.1%

Growth Stocks: NU (FinTech) - 18.5% CELH (Energy Drinks, Cons. Disc.) - 15.1% CROX (Crocs, also Heydudes) - 7.9% HRI (Heavy Equipment Rentals) - 7.3% SQM (Lithium, Chem & Fertilizers) - 6.0% TSLA - 5.7% SNOW (B2B Cloud Software) - 5.6% NET (Internet Architecture) - 4.4% MSFT - 3.0% ALB (Lithium, Chem & Fertilizers) - 3.0% PGR (Progressive Insurance) - 1.8% ALL (Allstate Insurance) - 1.7% HDSN (Refrigerant Reclamation) - 1.6% ENVX (Mobile Battery Tech) - 1.3% UEC (Uranium Energy Corp) - 1.2% LVMUY - 1.0% PLTR - 0.7% AMZN - 0.6% ACAD (Pharma, Dementia) - 0.4% CCJ (Cameco Uranium) - 0.3% AAPL - 0.3%

Value Stocks: OXY (Oil) - 12.8% ATVI (Merger for $95) - 4.7% CVX (Oil) - 2.0% C (Citigroup) - 1.7% PARA (ViacomCBS) - 1.7% PFC (Bank) - 0.6% ADM (Industrial and Ag Chem) - 0.6% ARCH (Coal) - 0.4% VALE (SA Mining and Logistics) - 0.4% CMP (Minerals) - 0.4% TXN (Semis) - 0.2%

I've been actively managing this monstrosity, by using margin and leveraged ETF's at the lows and then cashing out and buying into the value stocks towards the tops of rallies since they fall less (there are some exceptions, like why would I buy PEP at a div yield of 3% when a risk-free bon. I've also been focusing on buying international stocks when USD hits new highs.

Currently down 1.95% for the year. Lot of effort just to lose money, but the biggest gain for me has been learning how all of this works to be better prepared for the future.

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>BrokerageLink

Not really sure what BrokerageLink is but a quick Google search showed me that is something Fidelity offers.

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Just looked into my settings for my 401k seems like there is a tab for BrokerageLink. Still not sure what it is. Seems like a self-directed account?

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When going to see what I can change my contributions to, it seems like these are the options:

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Blended Fund Investments Asset Allocation VANGUARD TARGET 2070

Blended Fund Investments Asset Allocation VANGUARD TARGET 2020

Blended Fund Investments Asset Allocation VANGUARD TARGET 2025

Blended Fund Investments Asset Allocation VANGUARD TARGET 2030

Blended Fund Investments Asset Allocation VANGUARD TARGET 2035

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Blended Fund Investments Asset Allocation VANGUARD TARGET 2040

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Blended Fund Investments Asset Allocation VANGUARD TARGET 2045

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Blended Fund Investments Asset Allocation VANGUARD TARGET 2050

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Blended Fund Investments Asset Allocation VANGUARD TARGET 2055

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Blended Fund Investments Asset Allocation VANGUARD TARGET 2060

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Blended Fund Investments Asset Allocation VANGUARD TARGET 2065

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Blended Fund Investments Asset Allocation VANGUARD TARGET INC

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Blended Fund Investments Asset Allocation FID PURITAN K6

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Bond/Managed Income Intermediate-Term VANG TOT BD MK IS PL

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Bond/Managed Income Intermediate-Term AF BOND FD AMER R6

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Bond/Managed Income Stable Value STABLE VALUE FUND

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Short-Term Investments -- VANG TREASURY MM

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Stock Investments Large Cap Growth JPM LG CAP GROWTH R6

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Stock Investments Large Cap Blend VANG INST INDEX PLUS

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Stock Investments Large Cap Value JPM EQUITY INCOME R6

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Stock Investments Mid-Cap Growth J H ENTERPRISE N

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Stock Investments Mid-Cap Blend FID MID CAP IDX

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Stock Investments Mid-Cap Value VANG MDCPVAL IDX ADM

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Stock Investments Small Cap Growth NB GENESIS R6

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Stock Investments Small Cap Growth FID SMALL CAP GR K6

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Stock Investments Small Cap Blend FID SM CAP IDX

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Stock Investments Small Cap Value VANG SM VAL IDX INST

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Stock Investments Foreign SS W EX US IDX NL A

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Stock Investments Foreign AF EUROPAC GROWTH R6

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Stock Investments Diversfd Emerging Mkts SS EM MKT IDX NL A

I hope that provides more clarity.

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ADM held up well during all this volatility

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I think ADM is the only large publicly traded grain trader. All others are fully private.

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ADM food to the world company. Really interesting.

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ADM owns barges to move grain down the river.

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If the bear market continues and recession hits, I see them as a possible acquisition target by one of the ABCD of food commodities… Cargill, ADM or Bunge could easily pay 1 bln to get an edge in this space.

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except some dividend stocks got dumped the past 2 months. Utilities down 20%, some REITs down 50%, financial down 24-40%, even the supposedly safe PG down 20%, JNJ down 10%, ADM even crashing now, etc. ABBV and K and GIS and AMGN seem to be the few holding up. IDK, 20% loss can't be made up by a dividend

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This is probably the worst market in which to be a rookie. Whoever your broker is should have some tutorials. Bullish Bears has a utube channel. They also have a reasonably priced lifetime website that goes thru 90% of possible strategies, a Discord chat room and advanced option types. Ask slim, on utube, delves into market sentiment.

Right now find a stable stock and play calendar spreads and maybe credit spreads with low IV stocks. Below 40. I have found ADM and XOM to be the most stable now but even they can hiccup without notice. You can also make ultra cheap plays with earnings butterflies on the expected moves that offer big payoffs without losing too much. If played right I have gotten some @ .07-.20 with possible payoffs @ 1.27. 10% winners but 1 could pay for 9 losers. Plus you can get out with 25-50% winners. This is total gambling simply because good earnings for one are bad earnings for another. I typically play 3day Flys before exp.

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ADM/CORN. With everything going down, I don't see how these go down. Demand High, Transportation hindered, bread belt in drought.

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Until you see the ADM when it changes from in transit to delivery

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Alright cool fair enough. Just remembering a morning pre market talk where some misogynistic dick made a shit joke and then the next week a girl-like-voice actually contributed good DD on Archer Daniels Midlands corp ($ADM) which was the only steady climbing thing I'd seen mentioned at the time. Was a while ago but still irks me

I'm not saying we're a bunch of dicks but you never know how it comes off. And aside from that even u/Looseventures was selling 45p on INTL when it was around 50. No idea how that worked out for him but we need all the good DD we can get is my point

P.S Love you u/Loose 😉, we all strugglin out here.

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As long as they keep their core business focus, I actually enjoy seeing Tesla use it’s R&D teams to find new avenues for the technologies they create. I’m not holding a pile of shares, but compared to other stuff I invest in Tesla at least feels sort of exciting. It’s like if Ford decided to start making tractors for small farms again, electric ones with autonomous driving. Or if ADM had their grain barges modified for classy passenger areas and started offering luxury cruises.

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I may end up swing tradings some of these but otherwise I mean….I like stocks that have low PEs and good dividends but they all have issues. Every stock has issues. If I nitpicked them all is never infest in anything! That’s one reason I like VYM because I can turn a blind eye to some of this stuff. Because the few times I found good stocks according to the numbers, like adm or cmi or sna, they did nothing! It was very frustrating. That’s when I just started picking ones that move in trends up and down

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Tyson, ADM, Cargill, etc. it sure as shit ain’t gonna be beyond meat.

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I worked for ADM and now work for them as a contractor. Most of what ADM profits off of is corn and soybean, everything else is waste trying to make a buck off of. The only reason ADM gets into ventures like this is to give their waste somewhere to go and make money off of. The problem ADM typically runs into is they rely on sources of revenue in those aspects that rely on the government. So if those ever go away ADM is happy to chop it off as a loss and use another government program to write it off on taxes and then use the material for some other project. I get what they do but just know hardly any of the money is used to maintain what they already have. Take a tour of most of any of their plants and shit is falling apart from the ceiling even. Most of the time the only reason it isnt fixed is because it would cost too much to shut down. I would not invest in a company thst cant even keep its scheduled maintenance under control before they hop on government funds and start up new ventures. That all being said most of the time with ADM its gonna depend on the engineer in charge if that project makes it or not.

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Value stocks in general seem like amazing "value". AVUV, AVDV, and AVES all with PE ratios below 10. I think value stocks will significantly outperform large cap growth and tech in the near to mid term. Personally, I am value tilting fairly hard, with a portfolio as follows:

  1. 30% - NTSX 90/60 S&P 500/Treasuries;

  2. 20% AVUV – Avantis US small cap value;

  3. 10% VMVAX - Vanguard Mid-Cap Value Index Adm;

  4. 14% VTMGX - Vanguard Developed Mkts Index Adm;

  5. 14% AVDV – Avantis International small cap value;

  6. 6% VEMAX – Vanguard Emerging Mkts Stock Idx Adm;

  7. 6% DGS - WisdomTree Emerging Markets SmallCap Dividend Fund.

Rebalanced quarterly.

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These are the majority of the positions I hold. I am 30 years old, and I invest about 20-30k a year (that number includes full 401k contribution that doesn't have tickers for the funds so not included).

|Stock |#| |:-|:-| |GOOGL - ALPHABET INC. |120| |AMZN - AMAZON.COM |100| |ORCL - ORACLE CORP |100.84| |AAPL - APPLE INC |11.03| |NOC - NORTHROP GRUMMAN CORP|3.13| |LMT - LOCKHEED MARTIN CORP |3.21| |ROKU - ROKU INC |20| |RTX- RAYTHEON TECHNOLOGIES CO |9.59| |GILD - GILEAD SCIENCES |11.01| |NOK- NOKIA OYJ |150| |RIOT - RIOT BLOCKCHAIN |90| |NIO - NIO INC |27| |ETF|#| |:-|:-| |QYLD - GLOBAL X NASDAQ COVERED CALL ETF |161.01| |VHT - VANGUARD HEALTH CARE INDEXT FUND ETF |10.3| |MSOS - ADVISOR SHARES PURE US CANNABIS |70| |ARKK - ARK INNOVATION |10.25| |MUTUAL FUNDS|#| |:-|:-| |VTSAX - Vangard Total Stock Mkt ADM |563.62| |VIGAX - VANGUARD GROWTH INDEX ADM |129.86| |VTIAX - VANGUARD TOTAL ITNERNATIONAL STOCK |501.61| |FXAIX - FIDELITY 500 |47.82| |VBTLX - VANGUARD TOTAL BOND |603.16| |VHYAX - VANGARD HIGH DIVIDEND |177.21| |SWTSX - SCHWAB TOTAL STOCK MARKET |73.58| |VTABX - VANGUARD TOTAL INTL BOND |153.04| |VPADX - VANGUARD TOTAL PACIFIC STOCK INDEX ADM |36.83| |SWRSX - SCHWAB TIPS |187.26| |FSRNX - FIDELITY REAL EASTATE FUND |104.54|

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Stocks like utilities and big food like GIS and K and ADM and HSY and industrials like CMI and SNA

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  1. 2007 Honda Civic Si - Actually spent a little more then I should have ($10.5K), but I needed a car for my new job (used to have a company car) and the used car market was/is shit. I'm banking on this car holding it's value well.
  2. 2000 Porsche Boxster - When I was provided with a company car at my last job, I bought this car for about $10K as a weekend track/autox/canyon car. I love this car and will probably hold on to it for a very long time.

I love both my cars, but over the past couple of years, I've really gotten into camping, biking, hiking, and national parks. I'd like to start overlanding.

I'm lusting over a new Ford Ranger right now and I'm tempted to sell my Civic to get one, but I don't want a car payment. Plus, the cost of a used Ranger 2019+ is the same cost as new. If I go in and buy this thing new, I refuse to pay ADM + mandatory accessories. I will likely have to wait until the new Ranger comes out and try to score a deal on a used one (if the used car market calms down within the next year or two.)

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I admitted in my original comment that I was fortunate in my timing.

But just like there are dealers out there adding 10K to the price as "additional profit" or "price adjustments" there are dealers that are selling for cash. You do have to do your "due diligence" and be ready to walk if the dealer tries to screw with you.

Interesting article on "ADM": arstechnica.com

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My individual stocks got absolutely fucking hammered today, much more than the index. No, I'm not in speculative names, it's mostly value.

I have a theory which I'm not sure if anyone has mentioned here: people today sold off their lower conviction and mostly held "quality". Things like MSFT, AAPL, and GOOGL held up well. PG. KO. JNJ actually went up. HD too.

At the same time, BTI was down more than 5%. Coca Cola Femsa nearly 5%. ADM 5%. If you ain't done your research, these are strong companies. But to me it appears that there the kind of companies where an investor might say "Let's get out of lower conviction plays" and sell first. Whereas high conviction plays like the ones listed above resisted selling pressure.

If I'm correct, we won't see a true crash until these higher conviction plays break and bring the index down with them. Let's see if that happens.

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On the other hand, I bought 70k instead of 7k in ADM by mistake. Took all but 10k out as soon as I realized. Should have left it, up15% you never know

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Archer Daniel Midlands ADM slow increase should hit 96 per stock

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ADM looking tasty

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Roth ira: 60% VTSAX, 25% VVIAX, 15% VTIAX

401k largely equivalent

Brokerage: 10% $TSM, 10% $UAN, 12% $XOM, 5% $COP, 5% $CTVA, 5% $BG, 8% $ADM, 5% $WEAT, 10% $COST, 10% $OLN, 20% $VTI (Rough approximate)

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look at agriculture or agribusiness related ETFs or funds.

for a simple start, look at Yahoo Finance. type in any stock, and it will give you a list of similar companies. I typed in Archer Daniels Midland, look on the lower right, for me it pulled up Hormel, ConAgra, etc.

https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/ADM?p=ADM&.tsrc=fin-srch

there are probably other options, but I have a Fidelity account. you can search there by sector and sub-sector, and even fine-tune it by share price, p/e ratio, dividends, etc.

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all in on this and you won't need to think about it if you're asking the internetz: VANG EQUITY INC ADM

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Couple of things:

not discussing the amounts over the phone for privacy reasons is a lie. He wants you there in person to try to pressure you into the sale.

msrp is listed on the window sticker and that’s not the price the dealer bought the car from VW. That’s a lie.

ADM is the markup and it should be shown on a separate sticker next to the window sticker. That’s extra profit for the dealer. Unfortunately, under current market conditions, that’s pretty common. But you should be educated as to whether the car you’re looking at is in short supply, etc to “justify” the ADM

the financing contract will show all the costs broken out in detail. That’s where you will find the extra dealer fluff markups.

I don’t know what sales tax where you are, but that’s a legit charge on a car purchase

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No positions in $BBBY currently.

Have some sweet holdings in $CLF and $ADM though.

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Life Situation: Married two children ages 4 and newborn, 36 y/o, and wife 34 y/o

FIRE Progress:
- Investment Accounts - $500,000 estimated:
- Brokerage - $155,.000 - VTIVX Vanguard Target Retirement 2045 Fund
- Brokerage (with some of our 4-year-old's savings) - $5,000 - VFIFX Vanguard Target Retirement 2050 Fund
- Simple IRA - $40,000 - AMFCX (34%), DWGCX (14%), IGICX (16%), ANFCX (36%)
- 401k - $2500 - VTSAX (36%), VBTLX (26%), VTMGX (16%), VTABX (9%), VEMAX (8%), VGSLX (5%)
- Rollover IRA Brokerage - $20,000 - VTIVX Vanguard Target Retirement 2045 Fund
- Roth IRA Brokerage - $48,000 - VEMAX Vanguard Emerging Markets Stock Index Fund Admiral Shares - 22% / VTIVX Vanguard Target Retirement 2045 Fund - 78%
- Mutual Funds Brokerage - $37,000 - AMERICAN INVEST CO OF AMER A (AIVSX)
- Roth IRA Brokerage - $45,000 - VEMAX Vanguard Emerging Markets Stock Index Fund Admiral Shares - 20% / VTIVX Vanguard Target Retirement 2045 Fund - 80%
- 401k - $172,000 -Vanguard Value Index Fund Adm - 52.12% / Vanguard Sm-Cap Grwth Index Fnd Adm - 14.82% / American Funds New Perspective R6 - 12.86%
- Cash Accounts - $270,000 - Bank Of America Checking, Savings, Capital One 360 Money Market

Gross Salary/Wages:
- Me - $145,000 a year working in design and tech with about 45,000 stock options that currently are valued at about 5x their original price. I can't sell them until we get bought though.
- Wife - $100,000 a year working in e-commerce marketing, has an $8,000 a year bonus contingent on goals

Yearly Savings Amounts:
- Currently, I invest about $3,200 a month into VTIVX via a Vanguard brokerage and put about $2,000 per month into various cash savings accounts. My wife invests about $500 per month in 401k and $800 per month into a Vanguard Brokerage. We stopped investing in a Roth this year because we reached the income limit and had to recategorize a bunch of our investments. I invest the bare minimum in my company 401k to get the match.

Current expenses:
- $55,000 Annually (Childcare, property taxes, misc expenses like food etc)
Assets:
- House, valued at $260,000 paid off
- Honda, 2011, paid off
- Toyota, 2010, paid off

Future Expenses:
- Larger home for our family in the next 1-3 years. We are exploring keeping the current property and renting it. We are looking for guidance on how much we should spend without ruining our goals to achieve FIRE.
- Purchase at least one larger 3-row vehicle in the next year (we would trade in one of the previous vehicles we own).

Specific Question(s):
The overall goal would be for me and my wife to not have to work 9 - 5 jobs in the next 10-12 years or so, and focus on spending more time with family and creating an art-centered business doing the things we love where we still make some money but not a steady salary. How close am I to my goal?

Should I continue to invest in the brokerage accounts as I am? (Should I invest more, less, or change the fund or investment vehicle)

How can I figure out what I can afford in a new house without throwing off my FIRE goals?

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VSIGX (Intermediate-Term Treas. Index Adm.), VAIPX (Inflation-Protected Securities Adm.)

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Also in the fertilizer business NTR ADM MOS CF

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Yes your 5% match is worth it. The funds to go for are

Domestic stock 60-70% (look here for allocation: https://www.bogleheads.org/wiki/Approximating_total_stock_market )

Vanguard 500 Index Adm

Vanguard Mid Cap Index Adm

Columbia Sm Cap Idx Instl 2

International stock 30-40% of portfolio:

Mostly: Vanguard Dev Mkts Index Adm

Small amount: DFA Emerging Mrkts Core Eq I

Another option is just stick to the 500 Index fund in your 401k and add a market completion index and total international fund in your IRA.

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Needs ERs.

Most likely something like a 60/40 split between Vanguard 500 Index Adm and Vanguard Dev Mkts Index Adm.

> What should I pick, or just take the money and put towards my IRA or brokerage account fuckery?

I don't know what "fuckery" you think you have going on here. I don't really see any gaps in what you would want to invest retirement funds into (shy of the ERs being outrageous)

> Is the 5% match even worth it?

Yes, if the vesting period is reasonable. Its literally a 100% return on investment. Can't do bettre than that in an IRA.

> I like the flexibility an IRA gives me, with some holdings in SCHD, VTI and SWTSX for now (just starting).

You could get pretty close to VTI or SWTSX with a combo of:

  • Vanguard 500 Index Adm

  • Vanguard Mid Cap Index Adm

  • Columbia Sm Cap Idx Instl 2

There's no reason to hold both VTI or SWTSX, they are the same. And honestly, I would probably just keep it simple and do with the 500 Index

> for now (just starting)

You don't need to over complicate things by buying more of different stuff. I suggest reading before making decisions or accusations of assorted "fuckeries" https://www.reddit.com/r/personalfinance/wiki/commontopics

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ADM

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That's a string bet. I raise with ADM

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$ADM is going to break out 😮‍💨

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Positions are ADM, BG, CF, NTR, FMC, KL.

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$ADM , those who tae this comment serious congrats in the future .

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$ADM is going to fokin pay mate

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$ADM is going to fokin pay

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There isn't 16k ADM on normal passenger cars, and there wasn't at any point in the supply constriction.

On very desirable vehicles you see that (new Bronco, new Corvette, limited edition performance cars) but not on normal cars.

Mostly now they're charging MSRP and sell pack-ins for services and warranties with a lot of profit built in. But even then you're looking at $2-5k over MSRP if you're buying something on the lot today.

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The Adm one didn’t fill… and it’s up %1700 today

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The $70 put for ADM wasn’t filled this morning, I checked and it said it’s up 1700% as of 12:00 Iowa time

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$ADM 🚀

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AGG picks like ADM NTR CF

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There are fewer small farm owners. Mega-farms have taken over. Companies like ADM, Tyson, etc.

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Yes, novelty companies will service the market with exotic alternatives, but in the long run, the big boys - Cargill, ADM, and the big guys will dominant.

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Kia dealers asking $10k adm on the Telluride. Wtf?

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Currently running OXY, PXD, GD, BBBY, LMT, INTC, BIG, HII, and GFI in that order. Some GFI calls and an ADM call but no real options to speak of.

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Better have some extra set aside for the ADM. Extra $100k for a GT3 if you can even get an allocation. Absolutely disgusting.

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Broke even last week. I dumped a ton of tech in December, and buffed up holdings in companies like Merck & ADM. Paid off.

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Put 100% in VANGUARD 500 INDEX ADM and chill.

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Invest 100% in Vanguard 500 index Adm. Just set it and forget it even during market corrections until you retire. Consider going with a Roth 401K if your company offers it.

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Here we go again with the gourd!

Agricultural sector it's actually a good bet going forward something like $MOO $ADM or $CTVA

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Calls on ADM

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What are you buying? ADM and FMC?

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Sold my 10k worth of TSLA/ADM call at open, ended up with 2k, bought into BBBY calls. back at 10k now. What a wild 35 minutes it has been.

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I hardly have a model portfolio. I have mostly been a buy-and-hold guy for thirty years and now have a stupid amount of diversified holdings across several accounts. Mostly I let my winners run as I seldom have been able to justify the tax hit on a sale. My lucky heirs can straighten the mess out with a step-up basis sale and consolidation, assuming Sanders and Warren don't take over.

Anyway, below are my top legacy holdings with percentages of the stock portfolio. Today, I would increase my SCHD percentage, but at the time of purchase, I knew less and figured it was safe to diversify with multiple dividend ETFs. More than a bit of dumb luck was involved, ONEY is up 87% and pays 2.68% and I am up 500% with Nike (1.07%) and 960% with TXN (2.57%).

A chunk of investment assets is also in a Muni-Bond ladder.

I now focus on quality companies that appear to be good values and pay decent dividends. My recent buys have been INTEL, CISCO, VOD, NEM, LYB, and MPW, all of which pay nice dividends and IMO have a lot of room to run. Also, SARK for a short-term play. Earnings come out tomorrow for MPW; fingers are crossed.

​

Ticker Name Weight (%) (%)

ONEY SPDR® Russell 1000® Yield Focus ETF 3.61

VFIAX Vanguard 500 Index Admiral 3.54

NKE Nike Inc Class B 3.36

VXF Vanguard Extended Market ETF 3.23

TXN Texas Instruments Inc 3.02

SCHD Schwab US Dividend Equity ETFâ„¢ 2.95

VYM Vanguard High Dividend Yield ETF 2.76

VNQ Vanguard Real Estate ETF 2.64

HDV iShares Core High Dividend ETF 2.56

ARTIX Artisan International Investor 1.38

VBR Vanguard Small-Cap Value ETF 1.32

OAKIX Oakmark International Investor 1.28

HDV iShares Core High Dividend ETF 1.25

UNH UnitedHealth Group Inc 1.18

MSFT Microsoft Corp 1.14

CMCSA Comcast Corp Class A 1.05

LIN Linde PLC 1.04

VWIUX Vanguard Interm-Term Tx-Ex Adm 1

ACN Accenture PLC Class A 0.97

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