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    Default What happened to my investment thread I have been posting in since 3/18/2018?

    What happened to my investment thread I have been posting in since 3/18/2018? If it has been deleted I will not be starting a new one but I would certainly want to know why.
    Current investment plan is post #1606, Free S & P sentiment index (Post #564), https://www.ndr.com/invest/infopage/S573 SSD = Simply Safe Dividends Post #1162, http://simplysafedividends.com Sentiment Wave Analysis, https://www.elliottwavetrader.net/ I do a lot of analysis on the Seeking Alpha site. https://seekingalpha.com/ Heck I could be totally wrong!

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    Wow! This is really a bad thing... I can not find any trace of it. If a post or thread is deleted the default option is it is a "soft" delete in which case it can be restored, the other option, and not the default, is "physically remove" which obviously can not be restored (unless IT has a way to restore from a back up or flip some switch in the database.)

    I reported this thread to bring the situation to the attention of the other mods and to Supermod. It would seem likely that there is a log which Supermod can see to know what actions have been taken in the forum... but if so us regular mods have no access to it.

    I wrote the following when I reported this thread:


    "He is correct, it is gone without a trace. It was a huge thread with 5 years of posts by the member.

    If deleted it was not done by soft delete, as said there is no indication it ever existed.

    It was in the forum https://gold-forum.kitco.com/forumdi...scussion-Group

    From there clicking on Administrative gives no indication of a method to see anything.

    Supermod is there a log you can view that will inform us what occurred?"
    Last edited by ynot2k; 06-14-2023 at 11:25 PM. Reason: reworded a part

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    Well, I certainly cannot redo 5 years of writing to explain sentiment based investment waves or redo the years of listing every investment decision and why. I cannot see myself re-starting as it would be pointless. So, I guess this is saying goodbye..... :-(
    Current investment plan is post #1606, Free S & P sentiment index (Post #564), https://www.ndr.com/invest/infopage/S573 SSD = Simply Safe Dividends Post #1162, http://simplysafedividends.com Sentiment Wave Analysis, https://www.elliottwavetrader.net/ I do a lot of analysis on the Seeking Alpha site. https://seekingalpha.com/ Heck I could be totally wrong!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redrum View Post
    Well, I certainly cannot redo 5 years of writing to explain sentiment based investment waves or redo the years of listing every investment decision and why. I cannot see myself re-starting as it would be pointless. So, I guess this is saying goodbye..... :-(
    Totally understand all.

    Let's hope that it can be recovered somehow.

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    It does not appear my thread will be brought back so this is the final goodbye with the results since 3/18/2018 through today.

    Our dividend income has grown from being 32.49% of our annual retirement income to being 57.25% of our retirement income.

    Our account valuations have grown 68.35% while we have been taking 9% (2018) to 7.5% (current) of our yearly living income from the accounts.

    Due to my belief a significant correction is coming - we now have 96.1% of our holding in US Treasuries; Specifically in TLT (45.7%) or Treasury Bills.

    Obviously our "plan" has been working very well.
    Last edited by Redrum; 06-15-2023 at 01:24 PM.
    Current investment plan is post #1606, Free S & P sentiment index (Post #564), https://www.ndr.com/invest/infopage/S573 SSD = Simply Safe Dividends Post #1162, http://simplysafedividends.com Sentiment Wave Analysis, https://www.elliottwavetrader.net/ I do a lot of analysis on the Seeking Alpha site. https://seekingalpha.com/ Heck I could be totally wrong!

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    Redrum, unfortunately sometimes responses are not as timely as we would wish for. I haven't heard yet from Supermod.

    If a positive outcome should occur I will send you a private message, please keep the email notification active.

    thank you for all of your input and sharing.

    Kind regards,
    ynot2k

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redrum View Post
    It does not appear my thread will be brought back so this is the final goodbye with the results since 3/18/2018 through today.

    Our dividend income has grown from being 32.49% of our annual retirement income to being 57.25% of our retirement income.

    Our account valuations have grown 68.35% while we have been taking 9% (2018) to 7.5% (current) of our yearly living income from the accounts.

    Due to my belief a significant correction is coming - we now have 96.1% of our holding in US Treasuries; Specifically in TLT (45.7%) or Treasury Bills.

    Obviously our "plan" has been working very well.

    Sorry to hear this has happened to your thread Redrum.
    Very strange.
    In any case I hope you will post of any significant changes in your portfolio positioning and the rational, in the future.
    Congratulations on your success.

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