Tesoro

Tesoro was the most popular gas station in Alaska, and I’ve never heard of it. So I looked it up. It means “treasure” in Spanish/Italian. Its stock ticker is TSO. The company is headquartered in San Antonio, Texas. Now I think I must have seen them when I was in San Antonio many years ago,  but didn’t pay much attention to it back then. Tesoro has business in oil, gas, petroleum, and refinery. It’s not on David Fish’s CCC list … Continue reading >>

Sold HCP, SO, and CTL

I sold 101 shares of HCP for $39.67 per share in my Traditional IRA (W) account. Cash relieved $4019.83 – Acquisition cost $3952.5 = Profit $67.33. I sold 52 shares of SO for $44 per share in my Traditional IRA (W) account. Cash relieved $2287.95 – Acquisition cost $2237.16 = Profit $50.79. I sold 52 shares of CTL for $33.7 per share in my Roth IRA account. Cash relieved $1765.57 – Acquisition cost $1757.25 = Profit $8.32. HCP and CTL … Continue reading >>

Sold T

I sold 20 shares of T for $35.5 per share in my Traditional IRA (M) account. Cash relieved $709.98 – Acquisition cost $699.3 = Profit $10.68. These shares were purchased for the sole purpose of trading, they are at a higher cost basis than I would keep long term.

Sold NWN, SO and SPLS

I sold 17 shares of NWN for $43 per share in my Roth IRA account. Cash relieved $743.54 – Acquisition cost $742.22 = Profit $1.32. I sold 110 shares of SO for $43.61 per share in my Traditional IRA (M) account. Cash relieved $4796.99 – Acquisition cost $4725 = Profit $71.99. I sold 100 shares of SPLS for $11.42 per share in my Traditional IRA (M) account. Cash relieved $1141.97 – Acquisition cost $1120 = Profit $21.97. I’m following through … Continue reading >>