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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: $11.07 | Change: +$0.06 | %Change: +0.54%
Volume: 5,624 | Day High/Low: 11.07/11.01 | 52 Week High/Low: 11.20/8.35
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Looking for a di

Still waiting ... I will bid at 9.80 when the time is right .  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:Looking for a di

Gogold, I'm looking for that pullback. No luck yet. Looking at entry at about 10.20 or 10.30  .  The life co's are propping this up I think.... ?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Looking for a di

Also, to answer your question on rising rates (initially asked on the DGS board)... the market has known that rates were set to go back up since May 2013 when Bernanke first announced the end more
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RE:RE:Looking for a di

Sorry wrong equity, disregard that last post. Class A Shares: Monthly distributions of $0.10 per Class A share - provided that net more
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RE:RE:Looking for a di

You can find the history of the NAV and how distributions are determined on Brompton's site: To summarize though: Class A Shares: more
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RE:Looking for a di

That's suppose to read , "looking for a dip" . What's the NAV on this .un right now?  rate and reply
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Looking for a di enter this div player . Not buying here .  rate and reply
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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. 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 more
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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 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