Ron, how are people who have never read this thread going to understand it if you delete the original question?
May I suggest this is not a good thing to do?
IRS wrote:Residential energy property costs. Residential energy property costs are costs of new qualified energy property that is installed on or in connection with your main home that you owned during 2017 located in the United States.
So that's 13.6% total return. The S&P 500 returned 21.8% last year. A 60/40 portfolio with Vanguard Admiral Total Bond would have returned 14.5%.gd wrote:The one I've been looking at most closely got 4.8% income last year, with 8.8% capital appreciation.