Paul E. Zimmerman

Paul E. Zimmerman

@paulezimmerman

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Investing • Trading • Business • Travel Building passive income is like adding time to your life

Joined on June 12, 2009
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I got a 2-for-1 on partridge. 🍗😁 https://t.co/bX3SWvyVdJ

I got a 2-for-1 on partridge. 🍗😁 https://t.co/bX3SWvyVdJ

For dressing out pheasants (and other large game birds) I favor method #1 detailed here. It took me a bit less than ten minutes to complete. https://t.co/6cJdELv3ta

1lbs, 4.4oz dressed out. A little on the light side as I understand it, but a very nice dinner all the same. https://t.co/cV2685clMf

1lbs, 4.4oz dressed out. A little on the light side as I understand it, but a very nice dinner all the same. https://t.co/cV2685clMf

Location: edge of a field of sprouting winter wheat, near a creek. His crop was full of wheat kernels, some berries.

Distance: ~150 feet

Shell: 1.5oz #5 shot, 2 3/4" 12 gauge

Primarily a head/neck hit but a few shot pellets turned up elsewhere. This was in one of the legs: https://t.co/nSbdf2WWA5

Location: edge of a field of sprouting winter wheat, near a creek. His crop was full of wheat kernels, some berries. Distance: ~150 feet Shell: 1.5oz #5 shot, 2 3/4" 12 gauge Primarily a head/neck hit but a few shot pellets turned up elsewhere. This was in one of the legs: https://t.co/nSbdf2WWA5

$GBTC rose past the point that triggers a rebalancing of my 401k Harry Browne style Permanent Portfolio. I just completed the required transactions to restore everything to 25% allocations. If history is any guide, now that I've done this, $BTC will drop. Sorry, all! 😉

Hey, @etrade, can you guys get some hold music that isn't total shit?

As always, for new followers, here's my favorite video that explains what this Wheel thing is that I keep doing: https://t.co/bz8qXMnKOG

Not much of a move up from there today, but up nicely in the after hours. Earnings soon, we'll see where it goes from here. Maybe assignment on Friday, but then it's covered call time on those contract shares.

Still turning "The Wheel" on $NOK. Over the last few weeks I got put premiums worth 3.92% of the capital chunk I'm fueling this with, held them until today when shares dipped near my long position basis. Bought more, position is now 9.1%, relative to the cash.

File under, "this is why we can't have nice things." 😠

Things are slowing down around here as far as pest control goes, so since I was near the shooting range I'm a member of today, I went by there to enjoy my free time and my .380 that I carry when I'm working.

Discovered some jackasses did this to the 75' target stand: https://t.co/dipbuh3gt8

Things are slowing down around here as far as pest control goes, so since I was near the shooting range I'm a member of today, I went by there to enjoy my free time and my .380 that I carry when I'm working. Discovered some jackasses did this to the 75' target stand: https://t.co/dipbuh3gt8

Side note: the monthly interest of the LoC I took out against my IBC policy ended up costing me about $20/month, while the policy gained ~$40/month of value. That chunk thrown at my mortgage immediately eliminated ~$50/month of interest cost. Cash flow gain: $70/month. 💰😎

(Not to mention that IBC lines of credit don't have repayment schedules, so this winter can be as slow as it likes, I won't be under the gun to pay). Anyone else reading this, if you're wondering what this IBC thing is that we do, shoot me a DM, I'll hook you up with the info.

This round took three months to complete, and I'm about to do it again with another $10k chunk. My business is entering its slow season, so I expect this next round to take longer to complete, but that's ok because the difference in eliminated amortized v. LoC interest is HUGE!

Relevant changes to my monthly mortgage payment with this first round: Interest cost per payment: decrease of 10.4% Equity gain per payment: increase of 17.1% I'm still projecting a payoff date of November 2023, but I could be wrong about that - I might get there SOONER!

The media mostly lie with emphasis and omission, rarely with outright falsehoods.

This is probably my last trip out here for the season in great weather. Five months of freezing and gloom ahead!

☹️ https://t.co/GyF971pab9
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This is probably my last trip out here for the season in great weather. Five months of freezing and gloom ahead! ☹️ https://t.co/GyF971pab9

Quoted @TheEconomist

Americans did not use the coronavirus payments quite as Uncle Sam had hoped https://t.co/21w4vRRCbK

I invested mine, so I guess I'm in the "savers" group here. That's why some of us get ahead consistently: we turn Uncle Scam's fiat crap cash into assets, which then go up in value as the Fed devalues (inflates) the currency. Jump on the train, there's lots of open seats! https://t.co/VtlsGoEqGh

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