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Life & Banc Split Corp T.LBS

Sector: Financial Services | Sub-Sector: Asset Management
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.LBS.PR.A

Life & Banc Split Corp is a mutual fund corporation. Its investment objective is to provide holders of preferred shares with fixed, cumulative, preferential quarterly cash distributions and Class A shares with regular monthly cash distribution.
Price: $10.56 | Change: +$0.02 | %Change: +0.19%
Volume: 8,454 | Day High/Low: 10.69/10.54 | 52 Week High/Low: 10.75/8.00


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RE:RE:RE:Have to use the word, dumbfounded, now

Rinse and repeat time coming up again. If it gets there I'd dip in again at $9.40/share  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Have to use the word, dumbfounded, now

SP getting whacked again. Of course, the Ukraine situation is to blame. Last year the US debt ceiling, before that the Euro crises with Greece et al. Yet overall the stock claws back higher. Message...read more
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RE:Have to use the word, dumbfounded, now

Interesting dive and recovery. Any tight stop losses in place were definitely taken out. With consumer debt at historic highs, the banks will continue to benefit and forward split.  rate and reply
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Have to use the word, dumbfounded, now

Of course we'd correct today, but almost 7%???  Crazy!  Bought more @ 9.23 after selling the same @ 10.28.  Can't see a distribution suspension here - lifeco's hit hard but not that hard, banks not...read more
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Surprised

that we are down below $9.75 with our NAV where it is - anticipation of a REAL bank correction?  Lifeco's looking better all the time.  I, too, have only a modest position after selling out on the...read more
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LBS.PR.A share price

Can we expect that the share price of LBS.PR.A will go under 10$ with its lowered dividends in 2014 to adjust with the yield of similar products?  rate and reply
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RE: RE: RE: RE: Pardon my ignorance/gpqithsp

Very helpful... thank you! I follow the daily SP of course, but don't know how one goes about calculating the NAV. I have to rely on their weekly Thursday posting.  I'm comfortable with the lifecos...read more
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RE: RE: RE: Pardon my ignorance/gpqithsp

I'm not aware of any sites tracking the daily NAV on the Brompton Group Split shares funds.  As mentionned, they are doing it every Thursday.  Here are a few hints to help you if need be: 1- I make my...read more
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RE: RE: Pardon my ignorance/gpqithsp

Pardon my ignorance too, but could you please steer me to the best souce for tracking the daily NAV so I can see when it's getting close to $15. Their website updates it every Thursday which could be...read more
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RE: RE: Pardon my ignorance

I am thinking about buying some of the A shares as well - just hold this at the moment.  I also watch it closely for trades and have improved my position since divvies were reinstated (still under...read more
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RE: RE: Pardon my ignorance

You guys are great. I am buying right now. Tks.  rate and reply
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RE: Pardon my ignorance

No, you can own either one and receive the payback associated to each.  In the class A, it is not a dividend but rather a ROC (Return of Capital).  Depending on your situation, it can be better than a...read more
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RE: Pardon my ignorance

You don't have to hold both.  If you hold one, then you will get the dividend for that one if declared.  rate and reply
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Pardon my ignorance

but is it necessary to hold both preferred and class A in order to receive the dividend?  rate and reply
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Pardon my ignorance

but is it necessary to hold both preferred and class A in order to receive the dividend?  rate and reply
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Pardon my ignorance

but is it necessary to hold both preferred and class A in order to receive the dividend?  rate and reply
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Pardon my ignorance

but is it necessary to hold both preferred and class A in order to receive the dividend?  rate and reply
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Minimal impact

of the recent turmoil.  Looking for shares to move back up to mid-sevens, given stability.  NAV as of the 18th was a healthy enough 16.22.    Added a bit through divvies @ 6.87.  rate and reply