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re: Employee forced to liquidate stock in 401k? - Buck_Rogers on 11/17/17 at 5:57 pm
[quote]I am struggling to fathom what one would be holding in their 401k brokerage account that could possibly be down enough to constitute a major loss right now. This seems strange[/quote] In my opinion, precious metal mining stock should always have a place in a well balanced portfolio. Wh...Jump to Post - View Topic - Replies (2)
re: Employee forced to liquidate stock in 401k? - Buck_Rogers on 11/17/17 at 5:45 pm
After reading his current 401k plan it says that it is in compliance with ERISA Section 404(c) [quote]Section 404(c) is a specific part of this law that permits employees to direct the investment of their own retirement accounts... The section follows a prudent standard of care requirement and of...Jump to Post - View Topic - Replies (1)
re: Employee forced to liquidate stock in 401k? - Buck_Rogers on 11/16/17 at 11:13 pm
[quote]Assume you're saying the cost of purchases is lower than current market value?[/quote] Right now the stock is worth less than what he bought it at so he would be taking a loss if he sold. It is in a few mining companies that are still developing their reserves for when the market is right fo...Jump to Post - View Topic - Replies (3)
Employee forced to liquidate stock in 401k? - Buck_Rogers on 11/16/17 at 10:04 pm
I'm asking this for my son. He recently got a phone call from human resources saying that his 401k plan will no longer allow self managed brokerage accounts, so he will have to liquidate all stock in that account. He has most of his holdings in various mutual funds, etc. but put a small portion in a...Jump to Post - View Topic - Replies (5)
re: Carson123987 - Buck_Rogers on 10/4/17 at 7:04 am
That's absurd. Most gunsmiths do it as a passion and tend to find ways to improve on guns, even quality ones. Also, most firearm owners will not go through the hassle of returning a gun after owning it several years if they can have a local gunsmith in the area reapair it. I suggest you talk to some...Jump to Post - View Topic - Replies (0)
re: Carson123987 - Buck_Rogers on 10/4/17 at 6:49 am
A salesman is a salesman is salesman and what they have for sale is always the best in their eyes because they will undoubtedly have a biased opinion. If I want advice on the quality of something, I'd be more inclined to ask the one who fixes the stuff daily and sees first hand the strengths and wea...Jump to Post - View Topic - Replies (2)
re: Would you guys make this firearm trade? - Buck_Rogers on 8/18/17 at 6:14 pm
Being a 686-4 makes it more sought after than later ones like the 686-5 and 686-6 which is the current model. 686-4 was the last model before they switched to MIM parts and the awful internal lock that is on all new 686-6 revolvers....Jump to Post - View Topic - Replies (0)
re: just lost a buddy who fell Out of a stand - Buck_Rogers on 11/17/15 at 1:41 pm
[quote]his poor mom, this is the third child she has buried,(two died in one motorcycle accident), and the only one living is a drug attic tPOS [/quote] Sometimes the truth hurts, and sometimes stupidity kills. ...Jump to Post - View Topic - Replies (0)
re: Going to Get Into Reloading - Buck_Rogers on 11/16/15 at 9:25 am
If you just want to try out one caliber to see the basic operation and maybe add in to your set up later, you can't beat the [link=(http://www.titanreloading.com/presses/classic-lee-loader)]Classic Lee Loader[/link] ...Jump to Post - View Topic - Replies (2)
re: Gun Smith Recommendations... - Buck_Rogers on 11/9/15 at 9:49 pm
Those are all well built guns that should be fine. Just do like stated above. Use standard ammunition and no +P rounds and you will be fine. Also do not use any 9mm NATO rounds in your Luger as those are higher pressure. Stay with 9mm parabellum or 9mm Luger standard loads. Guns don't just explode l...Jump to Post - View Topic - Replies (0)
re: Gun Smith Recommendations... - Buck_Rogers on 11/9/15 at 12:40 am
Shoot them and check the fired case after. If you don't see any trouble signs like primers beginning to be pushed out or cracks in the fired case then it will be fine to shoot. Unless it was stored in harsh conditions, nothing functional has changed since the last shot fired from the gun; whether it...Jump to Post - View Topic - Replies (1)
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