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Old 07-25-2005, 12:21 PM   #1
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OIH up big again to $112.73 at the moment.
Looks to me like we must get down to $106 before it is safe to add more $$$.
Ideas?* Are thse profits starting to embarrass you yet?
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Switch to Vanguard for more diversity, lower volatility, better returns, and higher dividend yield?


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Switch to Vanguard for more diversity, lower volatility, better returns, and higher dividend yield?


Perhaps a mild case of apples/oranges in your comparison.* Try vanguard against XLE and/or FSENX.
Not only that, vanguard can't do what OIH can do
Just sold AUG 115 calls for $2.20 8)
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Yup, if you're going to play options, ETFs are the only way to go. This sector has had a great run however you played it. Personally, big caps with big P/Es scare me. No idea when it's going to end, though.
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