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Old 07-05-2006, 12:51 PM   #1
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At the recommendation of Laurence, here is my current holdings for everyone to pick apart

Strategic Energy Fund - SEF.UN - Purchase Price - $12.18
ProFunds UltraBear Investor Class - URPIX - Purchase Price - $18.32
PALL Corporation - PLL - Purchase Price - $27.90
Gold Corp. - GG - Purchase Price - $26.30
Merrill Lynch World Energy Fund - Purchase Price - $20.90
Oppenheimer Real Asset Fund Class C - QRACX - $7.60
Dow Jones Global Titans Euro -EXI2.SG- Purchase Price - €21.49
Zurich Financial - ZURN.VX - Purchase Price- 268.00 CHF
VIVIDAS GROUP - VDS.L- Purchase Price- $45.50
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Um, how about what each one is and why you bought/shorted it.
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That will take some time…give me a few
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Strategic Energy Fund - SEF.UN - Purchase Price - $12.18

The Strategic Energy Fund (TSX/SEF.UN) is an investment trust traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange that seeks to provide unit-holders with superior rates of return through a diversified portfolio of oil and gas royalty and income trusts. But unlike other trust-of-trusts, this gem also invests in early-stage energy companies or junior oil stocks supported by strong management and great capital gains potential. This small allocation to junior energy stocks gives the trust an extra “kick” as the bull market rally heads into overdrive in 2006.

Portfolio manager, Glenn MacNeill, a 28-year veteran in the oil and gas industry, also holds several profitable energy services companies.

As of April 27, 2006, Strategic Energy Fund holds 66% in energy trusts; 11.9% in energy services trusts; 9% in utilities and infrastructure trusts; 6.6% in junior energy companies; and 6.5% in private issues.

The Strategic Energy Fund’s top ten holdings include Canada’s best energy trusts. Among these proven winners are Penn West Energy; Bonavista Energy; Progress Energy; ARC Energy; Vermillion Energy; Zargon Energy; Keyera Facilities Income Fund; Fairborne Energy; Peyto Energy; and Star- Point Energy Trust.

The Fund’s advisor, Sentry Select Capital, currently manages C$2 billion (US$1.7 billion) dollars in assets with 29% of its asset base invested in the Canadian energy sector. Combined with Glenn MacNeill’s experience and energy investment savvy, the Strategic Income Fund is a winner!
As of April 27, 2006, Strategic Energy Fund trades at a 14.9% discount to its net asset value of C$14.80 per trust. Why buy a basket of top-rated Canadian energy trusts at par value when a superb portfolio such as SEF trades at a double- digit discount?

Plus, the trust provides investors with a regular monthly payout or dividend, presently at C$0.11 per share, recently raised from C$0.10 in March. That’s an effective C$1.32 per annum or 10.6% per year! Compared to the average energy trust, which yields 8.4%, Strategic Energy Fund pays a 26% greater yield.

And consider this: Strategic Energy Fund now sells 15.2% off its 52-week high of C$14.98—a great entry point for new energy bulls.

The Strategic Energy Fund is also available for Dividend Reinvestment Plans (DRIP). Investors can start a DRIP program with as little as one share registered; once you’re on the company’s list of registered shareholders, you can ask for a DRIP registration form. With a DRIP, interest or dividend income is automatically reinvested back into your account—without commissions or brokerage fees!

It’s the perfect long-term savings plan for retired investors or individuals seeking regular monthly income.

Canada holds the title for the best-performing G-7 economy since 2000. The country’s balance sheet now sets the standard for fiscal conservatism.

In April, the government cancelled two foreign bond sales planned for its 2006 fourth quarter after eight straight budget surpluses reduced the country’s borrowing requirements. Canada’s economy posted a whopping US$57.8 billion trade surplus over the last 12 months.

Canada’s consumer price inflation is also low, at just over 2% a year. Wages, meanwhile, are growing at a benign 0.6%.

In stark contrast, the U.S. (recipient of over 85% of Canada’s exports) relies on foreign borrowing to the tune of US$3 billion per day to finance its bloated trade and budget deficits. Most other large industrialized economies also rely heavily on external funding to finance their spending needs.
Perhaps the most telling contrast is Australia, another commodity-linked export economy. Despite a resource-hungry Asia vying for Australia’s natural resources, Australia is approaching economic stagnation. Australia struggles with a US$12.8 billion trade-deficit, a sagging currency, rising inflation, and a sluggish real estate market.

With such strong fundamentals, it’s no wonder the Canadian dollar has soared since 2003. From its all-time low of C$1.62 to the U.S. dollar, it hit a 15-year high during the first quarter at C$1.129—a 30% gain. That trend could continue all the way to parity, where one Canadian dollar equals one U.S. dollar.

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Excellent, looking forward to your next post! Reading/researching will take me more than a few.
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a question for brewer.

hey man, do you have a life? it seems like you respone to every post within seconds... (jk). i thought i am only one that read this week site every second..

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ProFunds UltraBear Investor Class - URPIX - Purchase Price - $18.32

U.S. stocks remain in nosebleed territory. A significant
U.S. market decline will send most foreign bourses sharply
lower since international markets remain tied to Wall Street.
The market rally is now the longest in history without a correction
greater than 7% from the post-October 2002 bear
market lows. Every portfolio must have bear market protection
for the coming correction. The ProFunds Ultra Bear
Fund provides twice the inverse performance of the S&P
500 Index and is offered no-load.

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PALL Corporation - PLL - Purchase Price - $27.90

Investors have discovered water utility stocks are a good way to profit from the world water crisis. But utilities are not the only way for your portfolio to benefit. Other water-related investments remain unrecognized by most investors.

One such segment of the water industry is filtration. Charles C. Johnson, Jr., Assistant Surgeon General of the United States summed up why water filtration is growing when he wrote:

“Our water resources, more perhaps than any other, illustrate the interaction of all parts of the environment and particularly, the recycling process that characterizes every resource of the ecosystem…Everything that man himself injects into the biosphere—chemical, biological or physical—can ultimately find its way into the earth’s water. And these contaminants must be removed, by nature or by man, before that water is again potable.”

Humanity’s pollution has overwhelmed nature’s ability to filter the water and one solution is to add manufactured filtration. The world leader in industrial purification and filtration is Pall Corporation (NYSE: PLL).

A US$2 Billion Business You May Not Know About…And That's Poised for Big Investor Profits
It has sales approaching US$2 billion annually and more than 10,000 employees worldwide.
Pall specializes in filtration and complementary technologies serving medical and biopharmaceuticals, general industrial, aerospace, and microelectronics. But water purification is its fastest-growing business.

Sales are growing at double-digit rates for all geographic regions.

Pall markets itself as a “one-stop” solution provider for both direct and indirect water pollution. Direct sources of pollution occur when harmful substances are spilled directly into a body of water, such as an oil spill. But non-direct pollutants pose a much larger threat to water quality because they are so ubiquitous. Examples of indirect pollutants include fertilizer runoff and gases and particles that are carried through the air and fall into water such as acid rain. Bacteria and other pathogens found in storm runoff are another form of indirect pollution.

Pall’s water purification division has developed an assortment of proprietary membranes that can separate, selectively capture, or remove virtually undetectable contaminants. The filters remove bacteria, viruses and molecules down to the angstrom level (one hundred-millionth of a centimeter). The company also has a line of smart filters that stop specific contaminants but let desirable components remain in the water.

However, increased market acceptance of Pall’s water purification technology has put pressure on profit margins, because the filtration systems the company sells are expensive to design and produce. The real payoff for shareholders comes after the sale, with an annuity stream of disposable filter sales. Pall’s dividend, which now amounts to about 1.5% annually, should steadily increase as a result of this gradually building income stream.

But, investors haven’t caught on to this business model. When Pall released its 2005 annual report last July, showing a reduction in earnings, share prices fell from US$31 to US$25. They’ve now started to recover, but remain well below last year’s peak.

The bottom line: Pall is the world leader in an industry that is destined to boom in coming years. It also offers outstanding value and the prospect for rising dividends. BUY Pall at market. Because prices of growth equities such as Pall can be volatile, we recommend setting a stop-loss limit of 20%
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Strategic Energy Fund - SEF.UN - Purchase Price - $12.18
And how much do you pay in management fees/expense ratio?
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Gold Corp. - GG - Purchase Price - $26.30

Goldcorp is the best-managed gold-mining company of this decade. Goldcorp’s average production cost is just US$180 per ounce. With every incremental rise in gold bullions price, her profits are rising. The current gold correction offers and excellent entry point for new and existing investors seeking exposure in this tremendous mining company. Add new position below US$30.
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Merrill Lynch World Energy Fund - Purchase Price - $20.90

For international investors, the Merrill Lynch World Energy
Fund is a Best Buy. With oil and gas prices taking a hit
lately, this represents a tremendous opportunity to add or
make new investments now into one of the world’s top performing
energy stock funds. This fund trades in both
U.S. dollar and Euro. Because of space limitations, we’re only quoting the dollar class.
We’ll keep you updated every other month on the Euro
class, which holds the same securities as the dollar class.
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Oppenheimer Real Asset Fund Class C - QRACX - $7.60

With the Commodity Research Bureau Energy Index now off 15%
over the last six months, this is the best time since April 2005 to add or build a new
position in oil and gas. Energy prices have corrected heavily
since the beginning of the year with natural gas prices
tanking 54% since December and crude oil down US$10
per barrel from its peak of US$70.85 a barrel only a few
months ago.

For U.S. investors, we’re buying the Oppenheimer Real
Assets Fund Class C, a fund that tracks the performance of
the heavily energy-weighted GSCI. Unlike energy stocks,
this fund invests in index-based futures, offering 100%
correlation to commodities. Our previous recommendation
to buy the Class A shares has gained 44% since August
2003. However, the Class C shares are offered on a
deferred-load basis, which means you won’t pay any sales
commissions if you hold the fund several years.
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Dow Jones Global Titans 50 SM EX (Euro)

In the middle of the worst decline for global markets since July 2002, large-cap stocks are now poised to show strength compared to smaller and mid-cap stocks. Though certainly no panacea amid a severe correction, large-cap stocks do provide a cushion for investors. Most multinationals pay regular dividends - now averaging 3%, trade at an average 12 times trailing earnings and harbor predictable revenue growth in all markets.

Since 2001, U.S. large-cap stock funds have gained just 0.5% per annum versus 10% per year for small-cap equity funds. Why the performance differential? Smaller stocks tend to post significant earnings growth at the start of an economic expansion while large-caps are superior performers towards the end of an economic cycle. The United States suffered a mild economic recession in 2001 and has since posted strong economic growth led by smaller companies and mid-cap stocks. But that trend ended in May as global investors reduced risk and shuffled their portfolios away from small stocks and emerging markets.

As investors grow defensive, money-managers swap portfolio risk and head into stodgy multinationals to protect their portfolios and generate income. This was the case in 2000 and in 1994 - both tough years for global investors. In fact, in 2000, large-cap value stocks withstood the first year of the bear market (2000 to 2002) and logged profits while the rest of the market cratered.

Another plus for global large-cap investors now is the growing trend in corporate insider buying for several multinationals. Also, many large-caps in the United States are aggressively buying back shares with record amounts of free cash-flow - a bullish sign for stockholders. Value investors tend to follow cash-flow, and today, global multinationals are sitting on record amounts of cash. Companies tend to reinvest that cash into their own businesses or increasingly, plow that cash-hoard into buybacks and rising dividend distributions.

Although certainly not a guarantee to future profits, insider buying is usually a very bullish signal for investors looking to ride the coattails of several directors or executives. With many of the Global Titans now trading at multi-year or 52-week lows, it’s no surprise several companies’ insiders are stepping up to the plate and buying stock with cash.

For example, Dell Incorporated’s founder and chairman, Michael Dell, along with the company’s chief executive officer, acquired a total of about four million company shares in late May. Valued at approximately US$96 million, the cash-based purchases are certainly a positive omen for future earnings growth. The average insider purchase in the United States is US$60,000. When two powerful executives spend almost US$100 million of their own cash as the stock hits a 52-week low, it’s worth noticing.

But insider buying doesn’t stop at Dell, either. AIG, the world’s largest insurance company by market capitalization, saw two insiders purchase US$200,000 worth of shares in late May following the market sell-off.

Another high-value Global Titan, Johnson & Johnson, recently increased their dividend for the 43rd consecutive year, raising the latest annual payout by 15%. Many of the Global Titans have also raised their payout ratios since the bear market low of 2002, including stock buybacks, special cash distributions and even bold compensation plans for executives.
At Coca-Cola, the world’s largest soft-drinks company, the Board of Directors recently voted to tie corporate compensation and options to performance targets—one of the first schemes now in place at a Fortune 500 company.

Like all ETFs, the Global Titans in the United States and Germany are inexpensive—certainly much cheaper than actively-managed funds. At 0.5% per annum, a global investor accesses many of the world’s most profitable conglomerates, all in one convenient ETF.
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Zurich Financial - ZURN.VX - Purchase Price- 268.00 CHF

Zurich Financial Services (ZURN/SFr 374). The share price for this blue chip company fell more than 75% in the first nine months of 2001. The firm has now improved its underwriting results and has ended its cash flow hemorrhage. Compared to the average European financial services firm, ZFS trades at a discount of 40% and hedges against the falling dollar. Buy up to CHF300/share.
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VIVIDAS GROUP - VDS.L- Purchase Price- $45.50

I really like there technology first in the world to do this, bit of a shot in the dark one here.

VIVIDAS GROUP PLC, one of the world's leading developers and providers of video streaming technology, have launched The Vividas Sniffer – Automatic Bandwidth Detection Software - a world first of "one click" to launch full screen video on the web.

“This technology allows users, who have previously accepted the Vividas security prompt and have a broadband connection, to click on a web link in a browser straight to viewing full screen video. There are no other examples of this currently available on the web. True web TV!” Said David Winter CTO of Vividas Group plc

By detecting a download time to a 10KB test component, the Vividas Sniffer calculates the bandwidth available to the user and selects the appropriate sized file to stream. While buffering, a second check takes place and within seconds confirms that the correct file has been chosen, and provides an alternative bit rate file if necessary.

“The Vividas Sniffer has impressed clients and is about to be used by our major accounts. This is just the first of many new enhancements to be added to Vividas offering this year, enabling best viewing performance for our clients and their users as well as reaffirming our continued commitment to develop Vividas as the leading video streaming technology brand.” Added Neil Speakman, Executive Chairman of Vividas Group plc.
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Zurich Financial Services (ZURN/SFr 374). The share price for this blue chip company fell more than 75% in the first nine months of 2001. The firm has now improved its underwriting results and has ended its cash flow hemorrhage. Compared to the average European financial services firm, ZFS trades at a discount of 40% and hedges against the falling dollar. Buy up to CHF300/share.
Just as an example here, aside from reading this blurb, how much due diligence have you done on this company? Do you understand how they make money, what markets they are in, how they control risk, etc.?
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And how much do you pay in management fees/expense ratio?
The Management Fee is payable, in cash, monthly at a
rate of 1⁄12 of 1.10% of the average Net Asset Value calculated on each Valuation Date in the month.
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Just as an example here, aside from reading this blurb, how much due diligence have you done on this company? Do you understand how they make money, what markets they are in, how they control risk, etc.?
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