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September 01, 2011, 04:21:50 PM
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Lambert Investment Funds now has a website: LIFunds.com

Dividends were paid today.


Do you know how much it was per share? I can only go so far back in my history, and my history is taken up with dividends I've payed out.  Sad.
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September 01, 2011, 05:41:31 PM
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I am interested to know too. Will be interesting to see how the performance of my portfolio compares to these - I may well give up spending my time on management and just pay you the 5% - that said I sort of enjoy it ;O)

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September 01, 2011, 07:01:11 PM
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FYI - I've spotted a typo / suggest an improved on your website - "Dividend" -> "Dividend per share" on this page - http://lifunds.com/b.htm

Lambert Investment Funds now has a website: LIFunds.com

Dividends were paid today.


Do you know how much it was per share? I can only go so far back in my history, and my history is taken up with dividends I've payed out.  Sad.

Ah yes, I suppose I should have put that info up right away. I will be posting the official report on the website probably later today.

Dividends, August 2011: (In bitcoin per share)
LIF:    0.0005 (umm, don't actually have that info right now, I will update later tonight)
LIF.A: 0.00540818
LIF.B: 0.03681250

* Past performance does not guarantee future returns.

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September 01, 2011, 07:05:13 PM
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Quick question if I may ...

I understand that LIF.A and LIF.B shares own a part of the shares / other assets that have been purchased with the BTC funds raised through their sale.

What assets does the holder of shares in LIF have part ownership of ?


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September 01, 2011, 08:08:42 PM
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Excellent. Thanks for the swift response.

I shall be diversifying into LIF once I've seen some healthy returns from my recent LIF.A and LIF.B investments.

I am also very interested in the LIF.VC and will be intrigued to see how you position it against IBB and BST.

Thanks for bringing some quality investment opportunities to GLBSE.

Quick question if I may ...

I understand that LIF.A and LIF.B shares own a part of the shares / other assets that have been purchased with the BTC funds raised through their sale.

What assets does the holder of shares in LIF have part ownership of ?



Holders of LIF own the company Lambert Investment Funds. Right now the company assets include the website, the two market funds (LIF retains 5% of profits from these funds), some other investments, but mostly btc which can be used for investments/advertising/other operational expenses.

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September 01, 2011, 08:13:13 PM
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This Glbse is very exciting.  Just need to get the bitcoiners eyes off the bitcoin charts and onto the Glbse charts.
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September 02, 2011, 05:55:03 AM
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This Glbse is very exciting.  Just need to get the bitcoiners eyes off the bitcoin charts and onto the Glbse charts.

If you look at bitcoincharts.com it seems there is lots going on, but all the charts are basically moving together. The charts.glbse.com is much more interesting to me because they can all move separately.

But you mis the little issue of none of the company having a vlue making tradable with more than the pocket money of a 15 year old in one month. Not trying to be too negative, but right now the highest volume I see is 200 and the highest 30 day volume 1417 BTC. Good luck making some trading there Wink
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September 02, 2011, 06:02:10 AM
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This Glbse is very exciting.  Just need to get the bitcoiners eyes off the bitcoin charts and onto the Glbse charts.

If you look at bitcoincharts.com it seems there is lots going on, but all the charts are basically moving together. The charts.glbse.com is much more interesting to me because they can all move separately.

But you mis the little issue of none of the company having a vlue making tradable with more than the pocket money of a 15 year old in one month. Not trying to be too negative, but right now the highest volume I see is 200 and the highest 30 day volume 1417 BTC. Good luck making some trading there Wink

Theres a small amount of people that know about bitcoins and theres an even smaller amount of bitcoiners that know about the GLBSE.  Its gaining volume slowly but surely.  Wasn't it just a command line interface not long ago?
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September 02, 2011, 08:52:28 AM
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I'm hoping that's where LIF.VC, BST or IBB come in.

I think we need to demonstrate a healthy demand, to stimulate the supply.

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September 02, 2011, 10:35:07 AM
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I'm hoping that's where LIF.VC, BST or IBB come in.

I think we need to demonstrate a healthy demand, to stimulate the supply.

Well, give me a decent investment with a decent company and we talk.

And not for amounts that are in the lunch money area. 1000+ BTC usalble funds in a market with enough liquitkiy (50x1000 BTC turnover daily) and we can talk Wink

Sadly, LIF is not giving any registration info on the website ;(
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September 02, 2011, 12:42:22 PM
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I'm hoping that's where LIF.VC, BST or IBB come in.

I think we need to demonstrate a healthy demand, to stimulate the supply.

Well, give me a decent investment with a decent company and we talk.

And not for amounts that are in the lunch money area. 1000+ BTC usalble funds in a market with enough liquitkiy (50x1000 BTC turnover daily) and we can talk Wink

Sadly, LIF is not giving any registration info on the website ;(

You expect far too much far too soon.

For now we should reward the small scale businesses that demonstrate professionalism, realism and honesty, while providing frequent, quality communication with shareholders and meeting the deadlines for dividends etc... that they agreed to.

From these we can build to the higher value investments you seek.

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September 02, 2011, 01:10:54 PM
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I'm hoping that's where LIF.VC, BST or IBB come in.

I think we need to demonstrate a healthy demand, to stimulate the supply.

Well, give me a decent investment with a decent company and we talk.

And not for amounts that are in the lunch money area. 1000+ BTC usalble funds in a market with enough liquitkiy (50x1000 BTC turnover daily) and we can talk Wink

Sadly, LIF is not giving any registration info on the website ;(

You expect far too much far too soon.

For now we should reward the small scale businesses that demonstrate professionalism, realism and honesty, while providing frequent, quality communication with shareholders and meeting the deadlines for dividends etc... that they agreed to.

From these we can build to the higher value investments you seek.

Two problems with that.

* a 1000 BTC investment IS a small business. It is TINY for anythign requiring capital. Every small shop needs a lot more than this as capital.
* the list of companies is small. if you take out those not being professional, realistic and honest then pretty much only one is left, or? Wink
* How many of the businesses are legal businesses? Just to check the "honest" part Wink

We need to get something onto GLBSE that has enough size to be real. Dont get me wrong, but if you pay me 500% of my investment per month but the maximum investment is 100 USD then the deal can be as real as you want, it wont be worth looking at it.

I hope someone would get up with something more sizeable. Looks like this is no the case at the moment. Unless this happens, I see a real problem.
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September 18, 2011, 11:16:41 PM
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heheh you two are funny

I totally condone all the above..just kidding...


I'll pick some up too!  thanks


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October 01, 2011, 12:00:26 AM
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Made some dividend payments today. Amounts per share:

LIF:    0.01344509
LIF.A: 0.01007157
LIF.B: 0.01937342
LIF.M: 0.00034215

The LIF.M payment was about one day of mining, I plan to do a weekly payout for LIF.M, should be about 7 times that large.

I am considering doing a dividend twice a month, any thoughts?


Ohhh I noticed you did...  Im micro-richer now!

Why was there only one day of mining on the LIF.M ?

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October 08, 2011, 05:45:31 PM
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Weekly dividend for LIF.M, 10-7-11: 0.00228173 per share.

I uploaded the september report, http://lifunds.com/files/sep2011.txt.asc

There is a motion up for LIF shareholders.

I am going to up the speed of the LIF.M Contract to 1000mhs min - 1400mhs. Thanks for choosing Shades Minioco for your mining contract needs.

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October 21, 2011, 10:16:57 PM
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I would like to announce something slightly different toady: LIF.CX - Currency Exchange Fund.

Very interesting. How would you determine the amount of fund allocation to BTC and USD to do this market making? Will you also be changing this allocation as BTCUSD goes up and down - holding more in USD if its falling and more BTC when it's rising? Or is that a more risky proposition?

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I'm not sure I understand where a guaranteed profit to fund a dividend is coming from or the risks involved.

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October 22, 2011, 07:06:02 AM
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I'm not sure I understand where a guaranteed profit to fund a dividend is coming from or the risks involved.

He's going to speculate on a very volatile market. There is no guarantee, and the risks are high. Only buy with your cigarette money Smiley
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I'm not sure I understand where a guaranteed profit to fund a dividend is coming from or the risks involved.

He's going to speculate on a very volatile market. There is no guarantee, and the risks are high. Only buy with your cigarette money Smiley

You mean Cuban money. I dont smoke cigarettes Smiley

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