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Soros Fund Adds to Digital River (DRIV) Convertible Bond Stake
(description truncated) Click here to see a screenshot of this code! In a 13G filed with the SEC, George Soros' family office Soros Fund Management has disclosed a 10.13% stake in Digital River (DRIV) with 4, 162, 494 shares via convertible bonds. 
According to an SEC Form 3 filed as well, this stake is in the form of 2.00% convertible bonds due 2030 with a conversion price of 49.13. These bonds are convertible at any time and mature on November 1st, 2030.
They also disclose an additional 128, 974 share stake via 1.25% convertible bonds due 2024 with a conversion price of 44.06.
The investment firm has boosted their holdings by almost 35% in the past two months. We previously posted when Soros started a stake in DRIV back in March.
Per Google Finance, Digital River "provides end-to-end global cloud-commerce and marketing solutions to a range of companies in software, consumer electronics, computer games, video games and other markets.
The Company’s services include design, development and hosting of online stores and shopping carts, store merchandising and optimization, order management, denied parties screening, export controls and management, tax compliance and management, fraud management, digital product delivery via download, physical product fulfillment,

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OIL Prices vs. The Speculators

2008-06-25 09:25:51 by WhatIThink

The argument that speculation is making oil so highly expensive is somewhat bullshit:
But let's be clear. Speculators are NOT the problem. Speculators did not cause the collapse in Mexican and North Sea oil production. Speculators are not the driving force behind rising demand for oil in the emerging economies – which include the Middle East. Speculators did not cause the peak in Russian production either. And they are certainly not the reason the current Saudi production of 970,000 barrels a day is not an all-time high. Speculators may cause higher volatility in the oil market, but it is the oil producers that ultimately determine the long-term price trend.
If you need proof of this, look at those commodities which are not traded on the futures exchange, and are not...

Less risky even more rewarding

2007-05-20 00:51:10 by PanamaCityBeach

I like IDS and high yield stocks because they fluctuate but give you yield in the mean time and because a yield becomes so attractive it takes away much of the over selling factor and much risk especially in industries that are secure like OIL. The conroys pay over 10-14% yield even after the foreign witholding tax.
Canadian dollar is strong so the exchange rate is making the income even better then a few months ago.
Conroys I like :
PGH top yield over 15% before witholding tax.
Then HTE 13%+ (I bought at 16% yield)
CNE at 11-12% and PWI at 13%
CNE used to pay higher yields then they started paying less then 75% of it's earnings to distributions so they could reinvest and grow and expand more then some of the others.
IDS are interest security...

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By including currency in their portfolio, investors can reduce the overall volatility to an extent and increase returns. While using money to buy and sell comes naturally to us, the thought of buying and selling money (currency) itself seems alien.

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