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I'm going to use this thread (top three posts) to keep track of who has invested with me and how many shares of stock they own.

For those of you investing, unless directed otherwise, funds will all go into the Traditional Market ETF.  If you want to purchase something else, please say so and I will note it, but I also take the view that any player who has a security clearance restriction on actions can't issue such directions (basically, I'm treating the use of the Traditional Market ETF as simulating an arms-length blind trust).  When quarterly dividends are paid, of the 3% you will be paid 2.5% and Anderson will retain the remaining 0.5% as a management fee.  You may direct dividend reinvestment, request a remittance of dividends, or funds will be left "in your account".  Per Bruce's comments elsewhere, campaign funds can be placed here (to yield 10% per annum, with market risk assumed as part of the arrangement).

I am happy to invest and execute orders for anybody, and will do my best to carry them out in a timely manner.

Several notes:
(1) I will only execute whole-share orders (both with investments and dividends).  Any loose remainders will accumulate in your account until withdrawal.
(2) Due to game rules, if a large number of players request withdrawals at the same time it is possible that the "40% transfer limit" will create a "traffic jam".  While I will endeavor to act to move funds as quickly as possible (up to and including temporarily selling shares to generate liquidity), in such a situation there may be a delay of a day or two in processing orders.  As a result, please don't all rush the bank window the day before elections start: This may both delay your ability to get your money in a timely manner (if everyone else does the same thing) as well as otherwise block up campaign funding efforts.

Edited by Steven Andrews

Andrew Byrd (and family), Virginia

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Transaction Ledger
Richard Alleway

Richard Alleway: $2,400,000 deposited to be invested in Traditional Market ETF.  2,857 shares acquired @ $840/share.  $120 unable to be invested (fractional share).
Alleway balance: 2,857 shares TM ETF; $120.

Richard Alleway: $1,440,000 deposited to be invested in Traditional Market ETF.  1,732 shares acquired @ $840/share.  $708 unable to be invested (fractional share).
Alleway balance: 4,589 shares TM ETF; $828.

Richard Alleway: $3,880,000 deposited to be invested in Traditional Market ETF.  4,691 shares acquired @ $827/share.  $543 unable to be invested (fractional share).
Alleway balance: 9,280 shares TM ETF; $1,371.

Richard Alleway: $2,320,000 deposited to be invested in Traditional Market ETF.  2,805 shares acquired @ $827/share.  $265 unable to be invested (fractional share).
Alleway balance: 12,085 shares TM ETF; $1,636.

Christopher Drake
Christopher Drake: $101,809,240 deposited to be invested in Traditional Market ETF. 123,106 shares acquired @ $827/share.  $536 unable to be invested (fractional share).
Drake balance: 123,106 shares; $536.

 

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Andrew Byrd (and family), Virginia

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I'm posting this as a status update, as of today.  Dividends owed are as follows:

Prices
February 15 (Jun 2023): $842  * 0.025 = $21.05
February 27 (Sep 2023): $941  * 0.025 = $23.52
March 11    (Dec 2023): $1045 * 0.025 = $26.13
March 23    (Mar 2024): $1123 * 0.025 = $28.08
April 08    (Jun 2024): $1040 * 0.025 = $26.00

Alleway: 
February 15 (Jun 2023; 12,805 shares): $269,545
February 27 (Sep 2023; 12,805 shares): $301,173
March 11    (Dec 2023; 12,805 shares): $334,594
March 23    (Mar 2024; 12,805 shares): $359,564
April 08    (Jun 2024; 12,805 shares): $332,930
April 22 (Sep 2024; 12,805 shares): $336,772
May 13 (Dec 2024; 12,805 shares): $327,488
May 13 (Mar 2025; 12,805 shares): $345,415
May 17 (Jun 2025; 12,805 shares): $344,134
May 17 (Sep 2025; 12,805 shares): $362,061
Total Dividends Due:  $3,313,676
Note: Owed dividends through Sept. 2025 have been paid.

Drake:
February 15 (Jun 2023; 123,106 shares): $2,591,381
February 27 (Sep 2023; 123,106 shares): $2,895,453
March 11    (Dec 2023; 123,106 shares): $3,216,759
March 23    (Mar 2024; 123,106 shares): $3,456,816
April 08    (Jun 2024; 123,106 shares): $3,200,756
Total Dividends Due:   $15,361,165

Note: Drake has been bouncing against the $500m limit so I have held off on distributing dividends (lest the cash be lost).


@SWMissourian I will hold off on Drake until requested otherwise (but I'll try to avoid a distribution that risks bumping against the $500m limit...my prior non-distributions technically salvaged about $10m if I'm not mistaken).  I will also hold off on distributing to Alleway so the two are mostly synced.  Oh, and you have about $128 million in shares from Drake and $13 million from Alleway as well.

Drake's shares are striken per below.

Edited by Steven Andrews

Andrew Byrd (and family), Virginia

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I am noting this as a further status update: Alleway's holdings are not affected, but per discussion with @SWMissourian I believe we are waiving the roughly $140 million in shares and accumulated dividends owed to/held on behalf of Christopher Drake in exchange for my full funding of the CT Senate race (as doing this was much simpler than going through the multiple-stage process of liquidating shares, me transferring cash to him, him funding the race, and then me supplementing as appropriate), as this will likely come to at least $250 million in expenditures.

@Bruce If this causes you an issue, please let me know.

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Andrew Byrd (and family), Virginia

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9 hours ago, Steven Andrews said:

I am noting this as a further status update: Alleway's holdings are not affected, but per discussion with @SWMissourian I believe we are waiving the roughly $140 million in shares and accumulated dividends owed to/held on behalf of Christopher Drake in exchange for my full funding of the CT Senate race (as doing this was much simpler than going through the multiple-stage process of liquidating shares, me transferring cash to him, him funding the race, and then me supplementing as appropriate), as this will likely come to at least $250 million in expenditures.

@Bruce If this causes you an issue, please let me know.

No issues from my end.

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On 5/18/2022 at 8:25 PM, Steven Andrews said:

So, since Bruce re-jiggered the dividend situation, we can talk about how y'all want to handle things.  LMK what you have in mind.  @SWMissourian

What changed?

Christopher Drake

Republican, NY-2

Speaker of the United States House of Representatives

Former Chief Administrator - Rounds 4 & 5, Evil Arch-Conservative, Frequent Republican Player

 

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7 hours ago, SWMissourian said:

What changed?

The dividend rate got cut from 3% per quarter to...a lot less in general.  From 0.5% to 5.0% per year depending on the sector.

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Andrew Byrd (and family), Virginia

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