The page that cost $220,000.00 and took 25 years to create!

How I Gamble In the Stock Market
By Tom Findley

Trading results since 01/01/05:

Quarter Ending Date

Stock Accounts Value

Additions or Taxes Paid

12/31/2016

$124,531.00

+$521.00

09/30/2016

$56,862.00

+$500.00

06/30/2016

$64,461.00

+$5,000.00

03/31/2016

$43,078.00

$.00

12/31/2015

$50,606.00

+$6,944.00

09/30/2015

$59,967.00

+$4,000.00

06/30/2015

$48,761.00

+$2,500.00

03/31/2015

$53,900.00

+$5,500.00

12/31/2014

$41,374.00

$.00

09/30/2014

$53,300.00

$.00

06/30/2014

$77,874.00

+$8,600.00

03/31/2014

$69,828.00

+$1,500.00

12/31/2013

$51,828.00

.00

09/30/2013

$22,595.00

+$2,500.00
All in FNMA and FMCC

06/30/2013

$22,159.00

+$5,050.00
All in FNMA and FMCC

03/31/2013

$30,849.00

+$1,500.00

12/31/2012

$38,610.00

+$14,000.00

09/30/2012

$19,633.00

+$6,000.00

06/30/2012

$13,476.00

.00

03/31/2012

$11,808.00

.00

12/31/2011

$12,097.00

.00

09/30/2011

$15,415.00

+$5,000.00

06/30/2011

$38,026.00

+$5,000.00

03/31/2011

$40,840.00

+$6,000.00

12/31/2010

$31,144.00

.00

09/30/2010

$34,768.00

.00

06/30/2010

$25,405.00

.00

03/31/2010

$39,045.00

+$6,000.00

12/31/2009

$36,828.00

+$7,500.00

09/30/2009

$33,656.00

.00

06/30/2009

$49,735.00

.00

03/31/2009

$61,051.00

+$18,000.00

12/31/2008

$29,113.00

.00

09/30/2008

$61,792.00

.00

06/30/2008

$84,156.00

-$17,000.00 Taxes Paid and car bought

03/31/2008

$92,503.00

BDCO collapsed.

12/31/2007

$112,937.00

BDCO was a big mistake.

9/30/2007

$151,347.00

$18,000.00

6/30/2007

$105,449.00

.00

3/31/2007

$126,247.00

.00

12/31/2006

$123,259.00

$5,000.00

9/30/2006

$110,018.00

$20,000.00

6/30/2006

$87,148.00

.00

3/31/2006

$95,164.00

$10,000.00

12/31/2005

$95,627.00

.00

9/30/2005

$71,938.00

.00

6/30/2005

$61,935.00

.00

3/31/2005

$57,367.00

$4,500.00

12/31/2004

$63,667.00

.00

The previous trading strategies I tried turned out to be too much monkey business.

I'm all in FNMA and FMCC. If it works, I will buy stocks that pay dividends of 5% to 10% a year.

Maybe I can get the $220,000 back by the time I am 97.

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