WBI 156 Our stocks are all up a tick from the bottom but we are still down about 3% from our February peak. We have acquired all the stock we plan to acquire during this correction. We also have four years of near cash and a property in escrow. Assuming the sale closes, we will have more than a decade of spending money at austerity levels plus a cache of money that is earmarked for a crash. Our correction money has now been spent. "Austerity level" is pretty low for us, so the cash isn't as high as you might expect. Also, I've turned off about half of our DRIPs. I will reinvest manually, as I see fit, but some of it will be put into near-cash storage to weather a global financial storm. Every time we sell a property, our cash ratio changes noticeably. It's very helpful, at a time like this. I don't know what storm is rolling in but I'm retired so operating our portfolio very conservatively.