I hear you, at least some of my other stocks that have been flat this year kick down a dividend, going to hang tough till earning, then reassess my position.
You ARE a busy little spammer, aren't you. Same message on more than a dozen message boards.
"Recently purchased" for Warren Buffett stock means nothing. Just forget it and keep it. Look at it every now and then just to add more.
Price Action -- Looking at the 6-, 15-, 30-, and 50-day moving averages, this looks to me as if there's a fairly good chance that BKR-B will meander its way to $140 or even get to $135 before forming a base. The money flow index also shows no buying strength. I know to Berkshire lovers, this is heresy or it's an insignificant move. My view is that is there's a fair chance of losing another 5-10 dollars per share, step aside and wait for a better entry point. I'm out today at $143.81. I think the biggest risk of being out now is that Berkshire could announce a huge European acquisition at any time. With the dollar so strong, the time is now.
shanghaisailor ,If you held this stock for as many years as you claim, you would have sold the stock in 2008 when it dropped in price by more than 10 %. Plus you would know how to spell his name correctly .
Thanks, I will take a look of those online. The charts on this stock are terrific and positive. THe big drop caught mere by surprize.
I'll have to get on Fidel on Monday. They have been only ok to deal with after yrs w/Schwab. They are champions of the 30 min hold time. Thanks for your help. Hoping it's another great mtg!
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Sentiment: Strong Sell
It will not be confirmed until the new overhead cameras compare past members of my flock that had sticky fingers!!!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
There was a postage paid card attached to the proxy which I received 2 weeks ago. I sent that back to Berkshire offices who in turn mails out the ID tags. I have followed this procedure over the years. Hope this answers your query. Fidelity will only mail proxy, annual report. You deal directly with BRKB to get the id's.