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Bullboard - Stock Discussion Forum Life & Banc Split Corp. Class A Shares T.LBS

Alternate Symbol(s):  T.LBS.P.A

Life & Banc Split Corp is a mutual fund company. Its investment objectives are to provide holders of preferred shares with fixed cumulative preferential quarterly cash distributions and to return the original issue price on the maturity date and to provide holders of Class A shares with regular monthly cash distributions and the opportunity for capital appreciation. Primarily, it invests in a portfolio comprising of common shares of Canadian banks and publicly traded Canadian life insurance...

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RE:RE:NAV

These  Funds trading at 15-20% premium while  Markets are going down ,i will wait the premium to be gone  rate and reply

RE:NAV

people are panicking, financials arent dropping 10% a day. there's no reason for lbs to hit 5 bucks any time soon unless we are straight down from sp 3700 to 2400, and big bounce is overdue  rate and reply

RE:RE:NAV

It might just do that....or very close.  rate and reply

RE:NAV

LBS will get paid for JUNE unless it loses a couple more dollars off the NAV in the next 9 days or so. Realtime UNIT NAV would be $17.60 or so today, and anything above 15$ unit nav will be paying to...read more

NAV

Don't think we're getting paid this month Unit NAV (Jun 09, 2022) $18.58  rate and reply

RE:Brompton reports DGS unit NAV June 2@$19.01

If you get a moment, can you update or even guess at NAV ? VERY VERY much appreciated....  rate and reply

RE:Brompton reports DGS unit NAV June 2@$19.01

Thanks mouse  rate and reply

Brompton reports DGS unit NAV June 2@$19.01

So was out a little bit on the spreadsheet, so obviously has been some changes since April 30  rate and reply

LBS unit NAV to June 02 = approx: $19.07

SO if the holdings are now the same as at April 30 , then this should be close. Brompton will post the UNIT NAV tomorrow. LBS gained about 36 cents in the past week, nice jump up. Last trade is at $10...read more

RE:RE:RE:RE:POS

One more thing in regards to ENS. I think Middlefied did 5 new issues in 2021 and every time they did an issue, the share price of ENS would drop about $0.80 as I mentioned in the prior post. The...read more

RE:RE:RE:POS

Thanks guys. The current premium to NAV scares me as brompton (like all of the fund managers) are always eager to issue more units. It wasn't long ago that Brompton raised funds in LBS but they...read more

RE:RE:POS

Nope.  Just spotted him over on the DGS board.  You can ask him if he's still doing those calculations for LBS.  I would assume not, but he used to compare various splits for...read more

RE:POS

Mouserman used to be the source.  I take it he's out?  Left SH?  rate and reply

RE:POS

He's posting on the FTN board. Send a message over there   rate and reply

RE:POS

POS isn't answering. Anyone else here keeping track of the live NAV for LBS?  rate and reply

POS

Pleae post your calculation for the NAV for LBS as of the closing on Friday May 27th. TIA  rate and reply

RE:RE:dividends

Higher rates will cure that----  rate and reply

RE:dividends

The problem with LBS lately is the insurance companies are so weak.  rate and reply

dividends

banks should move up with div increases after earnings coming up  rate and reply

You're welcome

I was trying to sell 43,000 shares at 9.16 but my price went out at 9.  rate and reply