Thursday, December 7, 2017

Why Equities and Bonds are Rising

By Michael Keane


Recently, both equities and stocks have gone up. This is not normally the case. But realistically, this is not a normal market. Both the S&P (up over 17%) and the bond ETF TLT (up over 8%) are up for the year. We believe the main two culprits are new money being invested during a time that the Fed has yet to unwind its bond portfolio.

The main reason we are leaning toward is the thought that we are now seeing an effect of how propped up the bond market is by the Fed, which is worrying. With the tax bill debt increase, along with the Fed planning to unwind a portion of their bond portfolio, bond ETF’s like TLT could be in real danger of not just a decrease in price, but an actual crash. 

New money is also being invested and it is being done so in an allocation method. Putting that on top of the Fed purchases, bonds are probably higher than they should be. 

Per disclosure, our partner KDK Options has had, but does not currently have any positions of either SPY or TLT. 

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 **All posts on this blog are information and opinions only. They are not to be considered recommendations to buy or sell any security. Please do your due diligence first before trading and investing. Please direct all questions and comments to the blog or to kdkfund@gmail.com or on twitter @kdkfund.

Monday, December 4, 2017

Dividend from Ford Received

A dividend from Ford was received. The fund will portions of it for charity, investor payments, and reinvest the rest to increase the compounding.

The Ford holdings are to a point where nearly 10% of its shares are from dividend buybacks. The plan is to continue with this formula without an end date. 

**All posts on this blog are information and opinions only. They are not to be considered recommendations to buy or sell any security. Please do your due diligence first before trading and investing. Please direct all questions and comments to the blog or to kdkfund@gmail.com or on twitter @kdkfund.

Friday, September 15, 2017

Dividend From Ford Received

A dividend from Ford was received last week. Portions go to charity, investors, and back into the fund for reinvestment. Dividends from previous reinvestments amounted to over 5% of today's receipt.

Dividend reinvestment is an integral part of KDK Fund's wealth building process. It magnifies the compounding each and every quarter.

 **All posts on this blog are information and opinions only. They are not to be considered recommendations to buy or sell any security. Please do your due diligence first before trading and investing. Please direct all questions and comments to the blog or to kdkfund@gmail.com or on twitter @kdkfund.

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

New Shares of Ford Purchased

Last week, more shares of Ford were purchased by the fund. This was due partly because of capital increases through KeaneVCC and KDK Options. The price of the purchase was $11.83 before fees and commissions. The purchase adds to the dividend amount received by the fund each quarter. The higher dividend also means more frequent assistance to KeaneVCC's charities.

There is no plan to sell the shares.

**All posts on this blog are information and opinions only. They are not to be considered recommendations to buy or sell any security. Please do your due diligence first before trading and investing. Please direct all questions and comments to the blog or to kdkfund@gmail.com or on twitter @kdkfund.

Friday, June 30, 2017

New Shares of Ford Purchased

A purchase of Ford shares has been made by the fund. The cost of the shares were $11.15 before commissions and fees.There is no time frame or price target for the shares. The expectation is that these shares will held for a very long time. We expect to reinvest dividends in order to compound future dividends.


**All posts on this blog are information and opinions only. They are not to be considered recommendations to buy or sell any security. Please do your due diligence first before trading and investing. Please direct all questions and comments to the blog or to kdkfund@gmail.com or on twitter @kdkfund.

Saturday, April 8, 2017

New Shares of Ford Purchased

KDK Fund has purchased more shares of Ford. The cost of the shares was $11.36. Because of the last two purchases, the dividend received from Ford will be increased by over 90% from last quarter's regular $0.15 dividend.

 KDK Fund is excited to continue building revenue streams and wealth.

 **All posts on this blog are information and opinions only. They are not to be considered recommendations to buy or sell any security. Please do your due diligence first before trading and investing. Please direct all questions and comments to the blog or to kdkfund@gmail.com or on twitter @kdkfund.

Sunday, March 26, 2017

Week In Review (Ford Shares Purchase)

Ford was busy this week.

It announced an earnings warning (Bloomberg link here). The drop in the share price allowed KDK Fund to purchase more shares (link here).


**All posts on this blog are information and opinions only. They are not to be considered recommendations to buy or sell any security. Please do your due diligence first before trading and investing. Please direct all questions and comments to the blog or to kdkfund@gmail.com or on twitter @kdkfund.