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  • CengisKahn CengisKahn Jul 31, 1999 8:54 AM Flag

    Unexpected PR

    this exception regarding TKR and wait and see

    TKR is paying about 4.4% to 4.5% dividend. No
    guarantee that will continue, but don't see any reason for
    it not too. 4.4% beats current inflation guestimates
    and yields a real rate of return. If your holding is
    in a IRA or some other tax deferred account, it's
    like holding a AA rated munibond and getting great
    interest with huge upside potential. The market moves very
    fast (look at the run from $14 to $25 about six weeks
    ago. The dividend is pay-off for buying and holding
    and waiting for the run-up again...no one knows when
    that will happen. If you don't have your ticket in
    hand -- the TKR train can be out of the station before
    you can jump on board.

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