Not crying, just telling it like it is. Sorry don't own a jet ski.
Now you can go back to rubbing one out down in mama's basement.
PTL .. HALLELUJAH, thank goodness !!
Aww, now you can cry your way off into the sunset, for ever and ever .. (sputtering away on your jet-ski)
still crying over the same box. yes you are the dork. If you would just follow the rules, you wouldn't be the dork but .........
as for the execs, i am sure they are here, LOL. So as a shareholder let me thank you for the favor ....D O R K !
Good thing AT&T has a 30 year history that tells me not to freak out. Your post might make since if T had cut it's dividend during the financial disaster. Thanks for showing us how solid T was during the worst financial crisis of our lifetime as opposed to BAC.
At&T just put in an offer to buy the Nextel Mexico for $1.8 billion. It went down because of the bk now that will be off the table. It will be back over $3.25 in less than a year.
Sold half of mine back in October. Been sitting on the cash waiting for a major drop in markets. It will come sooner or later. Picked up some shares in gold and silver mining. Will buy more if there is another dip.
Yep, got a eyeful of how AT&T treats it's customers when canceled my service after 25% in
increases over a couple years. Then they insist I return the box I was told I bought or face $150 charge.
So I decide I don't want to own stock of this company because this treatment of customers
isn't good for business.
Some called me a dork. Guess what? I've avoided over $1000 in losses so far on this pig.
Who's the dork now????
BTW, executives get stock options so maybe just maybe they come here to see what
is happening when the value of their options fall. And maybe just maybe, they will
change policies that are creating the problem.
So by posting here, I'm actually doing shareholders a favor.
BAC was too in 2007 until.........................
10/6/08 dividend cut 50% to 32 cents
1/15/09 dividend cut to 1 cent
8/6/14 div raised .01 to .05
Dividends and Strategy Make AT&T Stock a Must-Have for Retirement
An extended track record of outperformance and sky-high dividends make the telco a perfect long-term holding
By Dan Burrows, InvestorPlace Feature Writer | Jun 3, 2014, 11:53 am EST
You're just mad because I corrected you on Google and Motorolla. All the pieces aren't falling into place, as you said....the sold Motorola. PS, the scenario above only applies if you sell right here. Smart investors will buy more here, not sell.