Good quarter results final showing up, a upgrade or 2 from the markets lots of selling extra money had to be put somewhere in the market , a good dividend will cap it off
Sentiment: Strong Buy
I think something is up, besides the stock price. You both know this is not the normal response towards UPS from Wall Street on a day that the DOW is down 400 points. I'll get back to you both after I have a little chat with my fly in corporate.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
I think the going forward confidence is really helping us now. Perhaps investors are smart to look at individual stocks vs. the indexes right now. If we can add an 8-9% dividend increase soon it will really be a show of strength.
Yes they do, they just want to blame it on someone else besides the Clinton's, anyone. The Cinton adoration society would be quite comfortable living in a location on the river "Denial".
Wall Street on Parade-1/31/16
According to the Center for Responsive Politics, among the top five largest lifetime donors to Hillary’s campaigns, Citigroup tops the list, with three other Wall Street banks also making the cut: Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase and Morgan Stanley. (The monies come from employees and/or family members or PACs of the firms, not the corporation itself.)
Hillary Clinton famously told ABC’s Diane Sawyer in 2014 that she and Bill Clinton left the White House after his second term “dead broke.” But apparently, Citigroup felt they were a good investment. According to PolitiFact, Citigroup provided a $1.995 million mortgage to allow the Clintons to buy their Washington, D.C. residence in 2000. That liability does not pop up on the Clinton disclosure documents until 2011, showing a 30-year mortgage at 5.375 percent ranging in face amount from $1 million to $5 million from CitiMortgage. The disclosure says the mortgage was taken out in 2001.
Citigroup has also committed $5.5 million to the Clinton Global Initiative, a charity run by the Clintons. It has also paid enormous speaking fees to Bill Clinton.
What has Citigroup gotten from its outsized support of the Clintons? Bill Clinton is the President who repealed the most important investor protection legislation of the past century, the Glass-Steagall Act, an outcome heavily lobbied for by Citigroup. Hillary Clinton has signaled to Wall Street that she will not push to have the Glass-Steagall Act restored while her leading opponent, Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, vows to restore it and return sanity to America’s financial system.
Just nine years after Bill Clinton signed this massive deregulation of Wall Street and gave Citigroup’s Sandy Weill a souvenir pen from the signing, the U.S. financial system collapsed in the greatest implosion since the Great Depression.
My employees work hard for my money. That said, I'll bet you're a retired truck driver, because you have that cash out mentality. Trump, Murdock, Buffett... are they retired? Retirement is for losers. My ROE is 65%. Try making that in a stock. UPS [pays saps like you 2% while they fly around in lear jets. You should cash out and by a business. have fun with your money instead of watching UPS's CEO #$%$ it away.
Let me explain something to you Hunky. A question refers to a statement where you are asking something. It ends with a weird squiggle like this. ???? Perhaps you could use some of the that 3 million to learn English.
But still RICH
I thought you are still working with ALL you 3 companies, you spend a lot of time on the internet DUMMY