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  • staggman99 staggman99 Jan 3, 2012 10:58 AM Flag


    Board members...Today I have added more RNO and SFL....I also have still have my eye on SDT, UAN and FFC...I plan take some more profit on AGNC and sell more IVR on future up-ticks in share price (I don't like what I see in the future in IVR)...

    PER and SDT may be taking a beating today because of the fear from earthquakes that "may be caused" from fracturing in eastern Ohio...the state of Ohio has shut down four disposable wells where brine water is pumped back into the ground....

    I have had an outstanding Santa Clause rally and today the rally is still going...I still see a lot of value in different places...a lot of the Pro's are now saying that high dividend paying stocks are the best play at this time (I have been saying that for years as it always works for me...! Good luck to all...! $tagg...!

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    • stagg,
      total the french oil conglomerant has just bought part of chesapeake's interest in the utica shale in ohio. they paid a tidy sum.
      chesapeake is the largest holder of leases in the utica and marcellus shale play.

    • Stagg, on that comment that the pros are now saying that high dividend stocks are the best place to be. Note that when the pros start recommending a sector to the masses, it usually signals close to the end of the move. I don't think the pros are yet talking about MLPs or royalty trusts like PER and CHKR, but the S&P 500 stocks with "good dividends" in the 3-4% range are in many cases trading with 18 p/e's which is a lot more expensive than companies that don't pay dividends like GOOG which are trading at 10-12 p/e's. Listening to the pumpers on CNBC can be dangerous and one should always ask why are they recommending those stocks after they have already had large moves. Remember to skate where the puck is going, not where it has come from.

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