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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 6, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa g The Cedar Rapids (iazeltc: Tucs., AUK. 6. 1974 The Investor's Guide By Sam Shulsky Q I have same specula slocks and bonds on which 1 have losses, as well .is some boner quality equities (in which I gams. !m; which I don't want sell because the dividend-- good an-! their feel, bright Should I some discount which come due in HC7 -mci capital al maluril> rffso' A There's noshing wrong with >onr figuring, !m; I can't assuram e tilat those speculate stocks which show losses Won't CU'll lar-Jer in 197; iu buying hluh-quallU discount bonds .Mill arc. id' course, pretty well assuring unirsclf of profit h> maturity. Hut yiiu are leaving, unchecked, the possihiliH uf greater losses on "junk" which 1 don't eare In list here You euuld use tlial hiss this year In selling Ihc tusers now and also taking prufus now You eiiuhl then after 'il days Inn back am of !hr g.....1 stocks soh! This would not only use your hiss el fee tnely now. Inn also limit your losses to the present market. At the same time it would give >ou a higher cos- base on Ihe good stocks you liny. This higher base could e useful in the futuri1. Sam Shuiskv iil iht1 -'in. k in 'ii.it SUiltT a liiTIY.iM1 ill iiNiiraihT iM'iiit'r- luil! i [in Uu> si! I'nn u iln in '.lie iiKirkfi ii' In l.ikt- n! UIi1 .illliTi'lU't' 111 lihill- Q was Ihinkins of moiu-y on my ni- -uranc-i' policies and pullin.L; il into the stock market. Or should it into savings.'.' A can't endorse the idea nf assuming a definite debt of. say. for the purpose of taking chances with that mnn- I have accumulated Slll.0110 in long-term losses. Against Ilia! 1 hold a large block ol AT and T al a profit. Should 1 sell on! the Telephone and offset the loss1 going fo take a very long time to use up that Illlll loss merely by deducting the maximum annual amount from taxable earnings. You could wipe oul thai loss lo advantage by taking sufficient profits on ihe Telephone and either 1) rcbuying the stock after :il days or putting some of the proceeds imme- diately into other sound commons. The first procedure would give yon a higher tax cost price for the repurchased Telephone which may come in handy in the future and the second would give you some diversification, which, i front MHir amid ust1 I uni'l loll ulu'Uu'r vnii iiro rt'tirod or not. Hut )l you a Minn- of ih.if Tele- j pimno oiumion prtH-t-fd> into lop-iiualny 0 I'm a Hidiw who re litst htT joh ran I L'l1! tlu1 niiM and Siir'i) 13 iiin A Kroin I .S. Treasure Q Recently you told a reader how long Ins money earning ri would last i if he withdrew s percent a ye.ir, er percent How can one lompnle lo: nther nmounlsV A I'm sure any math book will yon formulas for computing compound interest grow 111 as j well a.-, "wasting" formulas. Being 1 prefer lo take Ihe figures from a chart worked out by Vance. Sanders ami Co.. Ill Devonshire street. Boston. Mass imil'i If you ask them nicely, maybe thev'il semi on one too HEATHCLIFF Better Health Dandruff Is Simple Term For Seborrheic Dermatitis Turnover, or volume: The total number of shares sold in a day's trading. I'snally. Ibis total applies only to "round lot" (generally. Kill-share) transactions. Odd-lol turnover is totaled separately and is mil included in the daily volume figures. Big George! Virgil Partch "I dnn'I think he's lumlinji ut Iht- moon. I think hi-'s just stuhht'd his toe." Racing Company Loses Its Bet on Building Houses i.os icpii _ Sanl.i Consolidated should have sluck to horse racing 11's a belter gamble liian building houses. The corporation is best known as the owner and operalor of the race track of the same name. In the last 10 years, it lias never failed lo make a good profit, always re- tiiniing at least SI a share to stockholders. Mill lour years aL'o the com- pyny branched out into home construction. Tlie linn --aid thai earnings for the firsl six months were 44 cents a share "and thai included our whole racing season home building losi Si.- million." a spokesman I CEDAR RAPIDS e e' ANSWERS TO QUIZ: WOdDSCOPf 1-IiM 1 '.emit, i John Connolly, 4 PoOugoi. (luel'justict Wo.ren Burger MAKrlWOHOS I -t. la, 31.4 b, i t HfWSPIttmf Petei SPOKIIICBI I Nolinnol Molinn, llnilni, 3 b, 4 Fociboll, 5c interest Eastern matllls Ulan sebon heic del mantis llormunes the scalp tirst and may be inoiies and Ihe .nisei ..l ,educe the 0'iifmed there, hut H mav also dermatitis Male ,lf mfee- i spiead 10 tile forehead hormones are known !.i sulfur and tar prepara- evcbrows eyelids, parts 1.1 the stimulate Ihe I'ow of sebum iliv i nese ami liie are., behind Ihe from tile glands I In dainlruli ami m spread seborrlieic den mi the chest, hreas "HEATHaiFF LIKES THI5 STORY." Your New Home Is In The Want Ads Wd s ior lunger periods, up acne patients I he problem a lifetime The causes aren't seems in wm-seii in wmler and yet l-'nngal organisms duriii-' limes m sire-s or la- are often found in the flaking ligoe skin of dandruil. bin these may lie secondary mxasmiis uf the Anrieliiian welcomes Ici- I'lie iei-m dandruif" is also skin made easier by Ihe u.rs outlining problems winch i sometimes 'loosely used In sebiirrheic condition ojax discuss m describe a dry flaking of the i-an control simple llen.'re'- ,i skin, will! itching, but this dandruff of the scalp by e.nui'C condilion is more likely In be a washing the hair with load "i1; c.....aci or allergy-causing dor- noiiaikalme soaps and sham- Over 25 thousand Americans are known to take their lives each year, The actual total may be three times that. And for every known human suicide, there are at least eight attempts. Clearly, we should do more than make suicide a criminal offense which it is in several states. There is also more we should do than simply ignore the problem. We must learn more about suicide prevention and be on the lookout for clues to suicidal behavior to prevent these needless deaths. We care. Des City HEALTH IOWA. WE CARE. Cedar Rapids Representative Robert J. Sedenka Home Phone 362-6204 OHice Phone 366-5348 Benion and Linn Counties Representative LEoyd Schaufenbuel Home: 362-6573 Office: 366-5348 FOR INDIVIDUAL ENROLLMENT' Now AVAILABLE: Group Enrollment 7 thru 4 Employoos Johnson County Representative Bert Vincent 337-2440 Jones and Cedar Counties Representative Edward A. Schlatter Homo Phone 377-3283 OHIca Phono 366-5348
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