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September 19, 2012, 02:02:27 PM
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Why don't simple business concepts make sense to you unschooled negative trolls, it's very simple all the finance company has to do is lend money at a higher rate then they are borrowing e.g. 10010% and they make a sound legit profit.
That's not true and has been thoroughly debunked in other threads. The only people who will pay 10010% to borrow money are people who are almost certain to default.
Poe's law in action.

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September 20, 2012, 02:01:02 AM
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This asset isn't a huge earner for me. Overall, I've averaged perhaps 2-3 BTC per day from running it, which in my opinion has not really been worth the hassle of threats against my person, trolls, and endless questions whose answers are typically fairly easily inferred from posts already in this thread.

So... you're done?

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September 21, 2012, 06:50:38 PM
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Today's daily coupon has been paid @ 1% of IPO price.

Thank you.


I went to try and sell out some of my HRPT before the weekend, and I noticed that someone was trying to sell over 10,000 shares at or below 0.1.

o_O

I placed some asks but wow, no one is buying. I would have thought people would step in like mad and buy a few shares but I guess someone knows something I don't :/

That it's a collapsing ponzi scheme?
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September 21, 2012, 07:00:28 PM
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Today's daily coupon has been paid @ 1% of IPO price.

Thank you.


I went to try and sell out some of my HRPT before the weekend, and I noticed that someone was trying to sell over 10,000 shares at or below 0.1.

o_O

I placed some asks but wow, no one is buying. I would have thought people would step in like mad and buy a few shares but I guess someone knows something I don't :/

That it's a collapsing ponzi scheme?

It's only a matter of time... I wish we could short securities on GLBSE.

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September 21, 2012, 07:02:17 PM
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Today's daily coupon has been paid @ 1% of IPO price.

Thank you.


I went to try and sell out some of my HRPT before the weekend, and I noticed that someone was trying to sell over 10,000 shares at or below 0.1.

o_O

I placed some asks but wow, no one is buying. I would have thought people would step in like mad and buy a few shares but I guess someone knows something I don't :/

That it's a collapsing ponzi scheme?

It's only a matter of time... I wish we could short securities on GLBSE.

You can, If you find someone willing to lend them to you
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September 22, 2012, 01:41:07 AM
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Looks like we're on a slow climb in price again, which will eventually erode the buffer enough that without new sales & BTC price retargeting the coupon will drop.
Edit: I have now edited the OP to reflect this.

'eventually' didn't take long to arrive.
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September 22, 2012, 02:02:39 AM
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Obsi if you are not a scammer, then hats off to the size of that buffer, well timed! =)

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September 22, 2012, 03:39:02 AM
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If this is a ponzi scheme, this makes sense. Lowering the payout right now will limit his total loss in the case that the price keeps plummeting, and he can no longer sell bonds. Just saying.

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September 22, 2012, 04:19:18 AM
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Today's daily coupon has been paid @ 1% of IPO price.

Thank you.


I went to try and sell out some of my HRPT before the weekend, and I noticed that someone was trying to sell over 10,000 shares at or below 0.1.

o_O

I placed some asks but wow, no one is buying. I would have thought people would step in like mad and buy a few shares but I guess someone knows something I don't :/

ROFL!
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September 22, 2012, 09:33:20 AM
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Anyone have shares to borrow? I would like to short 1000 shares.

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September 22, 2012, 11:36:45 AM
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Anyone have shares to borrow? I would like to short 1000 shares.

Didn't Nefario promise to allow shorting? From what i remember, it should be implemented by now.
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September 22, 2012, 08:35:44 PM
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Sad.

Is there any chance of dividends getting back up to 1%/day? (Although I'm not complaining about .5%/day, that's still pretty good.)

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September 22, 2012, 08:58:36 PM
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Anyone have shares to borrow? I would like to short 1000 shares.

Thanks to the god of ponzis, this time I pulled out just in time (yesterday). whew!

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September 22, 2012, 09:39:29 PM
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At 0.5 % per day, this is still the highest dividends on the GLBSE.

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September 23, 2012, 01:56:26 AM
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Sad.

Is there any chance of dividends getting back up to 1%/day? (Although I'm not complaining about .5%/day, that's still pretty good.)

At this point Id be more concerned about getting your principal back rather than coupon payments  Smiley

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September 23, 2012, 02:06:43 AM
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At 0.5 % per day, this is still the highest dividends on the GLBSE.

Really? Take a look at BIF.1YR.LOAN, they provide 4%/wk, while OBSIHRPT provide (100.5%^7)-1 (3.553%/wk).

Perhaps, the new "maybe ponzi" WIT offer 0.2~1.2%. But with the unknowns of HRPT which they may offer 0.2-0.5%, the price would likely to fluctuate greatly. Perhaps it's likely to go 0% in not a long time


Take your own risk.

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September 24, 2012, 01:30:02 AM
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September 24, 2012, 01:30:56 AM
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At 0.5 % per day, this is still the highest dividends on the GLBSE.

Really? Take a look at BIF.1YR.LOAN, they provide 4%/wk, while OBSIHRPT provide (100.5%^7)-1 (3.553%/wk).

Perhaps, the new "maybe ponzi" WIT offer 0.2~1.2%. But with the unknowns of HRPT which they may offer 0.2-0.5%, the price would likely to fluctuate greatly. Perhaps it's likely to go 0% in not a long time


Take your own risk.

Actually, the latest price is .085, so if you buy at that price you actually get 4.1% per week. I suppose I should have said "HRPT is still one of the highest dividends on the GLBSE."

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September 24, 2012, 10:16:51 AM
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At 0.5 % per day, this is still the highest dividends on the GLBSE.

Really? Take a look at BIF.1YR.LOAN, they provide 4%/wk, while OBSIHRPT provide (100.5%^7)-1 (3.553%/wk).

Perhaps, the new "maybe ponzi" WIT offer 0.2~1.2%. But with the unknowns of HRPT which they may offer 0.2-0.5%, the price would likely to fluctuate greatly. Perhaps it's likely to go 0% in not a long time


Take your own risk.

Actually, the latest price is .085, so if you buy at that price you actually get 4.1% per week. I suppose I should have said "HRPT is still one of the highest dividends on the GLBSE."

If dividend was reduced by 50%, why is anyone willing to pay more than 1/2 of the IPO price for this?
Was the risk reduced?
If last weekends dump of new shares failed (no buyers at that price), can you keep up the reduced div payments?
I think one of the most important question is: "Did the "debt collector business" paid you the weekly dividends or was it automatically reinvested into "building the location?"


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September 24, 2012, 01:00:14 PM
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If dividend was reduced by 50%, why is anyone willing to pay more than 1/2 of the IPO price for this?
Was the risk reduced?
If last weekends dump of new shares failed (no buyers at that price), can you keep up the reduced div payments?
I think one of the most important question is: "Did the "debt collector business" paid you the weekly dividends or was it automatically reinvested into "building the location?"



Good point. Also, dividends are not everything, the total return is not good for people who bought at .105, since the share price is dropping.

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