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Zygee/zygee9577 depending where you look

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by zygee, Jan 11, 2020.

  1. zygee

    zygee New Member

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    Hi I'm zygee or zygee9577 depending which forum etc. you're on. Mostly automotive related I.e. FZ10A, LS1tech, etc. but I'm on other kinds of forums I can't think of at the moment.

    Anyways I came here to ask a question about Disney's 10-k report. How can they say they only own one television channel in any markets where they own a television station?


    A little background info on myself for those interested. I get bored easily so I do literally everything from video games, sewing, cross country motorcycle riding, acrobatics, swimming, diving, tumbling, rock climbing, hiking, building cars/motors, drifting, drag racing, you name it I do it.

    When I started at a job that offered a 401k around the time I turned 21.5 ish I immediately started contributing what they match (3%). I'm now 25.5ish and this past year I've maxed out my 401k and a Roth IRA. Both of those have done well. I just slapped all my IRA into the S&P and my 401k was initially in a "45 years to go" bucket until I spent several weeks talking with wealth advisors in Raymond James and Achieva after which I widened it out a bit.

    My plan is to max those accounts out again this year and to start putting some money into stocks after learning a little more and doing some more research on what to invest in. From the research I've done so far I definitely like the idea of dividend stocks.

    Longer term I'm looking to be able to retire by 40 or younger if I wanted/needed to.
     
    #1 zygee, Jan 11, 2020
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