Mon, Apr 21, 2014, 5:55 AM EDT - U.S. Markets open in 3 hrs 35 mins

Recent

% | $
Quotes you view appear here for quick access.

Annaly Capital Management, Inc. Message Board

  • amicusbriefing amicusbriefing Apr 30, 2010 10:10 AM Flag

    BP dividend +6%

    dividend chasers that want exposure to oil/gas might want to look at BP (now 51.66/share @ 3.36/yr)

    SortNewest  |  Oldest  |  Most Replied Expand all replies
    • Bought some yesterday at $37.21.

      I sure hope they don't cut the dividend. If they do, I'm afraid I'll be going down in flames like the Deepwater Horizon.

    • With self-insurance a company would set up a reserve similar to the cost of an insurance policy and by spreading the risk over a large range of different types of exposures. Without actually spending any money for insurance premiums, the accrued reserves (for many types of risks) will hopefully exceed an actual loss (in one of them)and under bad circumstances offset to a substantial degree the loss or losses that have ocurred.

    • <<dividend chasers that want exposure to oil/gas might want to look at BP (now 51.66/share @ 3.36/yr) >>

      So far this post wins the booby prize for bad advice on Yahoo this year.

      Amicus went on to boast how the company had made $6 billion in Q1 but he's been silent as it lost 8x that in market value since.

      If you liked it @51.66 you gotta love it @36 right? Oops, now you don't like it because the divvy might be threatened Or the headline risk will continue seemingly forever? And it might trade at a discount to peers for a long long time?

      Bottom Line: I'll bet you hate it now and are probably out and looking at the better Canroys.

    • wallstvet/dadufus/canandaallan i'm the one who noted the tax issue. not you. besides, they can't be 'washed' in an IRA.

      listen, just keep the damn things. watch your dividends vanish.

      my dividends going up up up...
      May 5, 2010 $ 0.84 Dividend
      Feb 17, 2010 $ 0.84 Dividend
      Nov 10, 2009 $ 0.84 Dividend
      Aug 12, 2009 $ 0.84 Dividend
      May 13, 2009 $ 0.84 Dividend
      Feb 18, 2009 $ 0.84 Dividend
      Nov 12, 2008 $ 0.84 Dividend
      Aug 13, 2008 $ 0.84 Dividend
      May 14, 2008 $ 0.812 Dividend
      Feb 20, 2008 $ 0.812 Dividend
      Nov 7, 2007 $ 0.65 Dividend
      Aug 8, 2007 $ 0.65 Dividend
      May 9, 2007 $ 0.62 Dividend
      Feb 21, 2007 $ 0.62 Dividend
      Nov 8, 2006 $ 0.59 Dividend
      Aug 9, 2006 $ 0.59 Dividend
      May 10, 2006 $ 0.563 Dividend
      Feb 22, 2006 $ 0.563 Dividend
      Nov 8, 2005 $ 0.536 Dividend
      Aug 10, 2005 $ 0.536 Dividend
      May 11, 2005 $ 0.51 Dividend
      Feb 16, 2005 $ 0.51 Dividend
      Nov 9, 2004 $ 0.426 Dividend
      Aug 11, 2004 $ 0.426 Dividend
      May 12, 2004 $ 0.405 Dividend
      Feb 18, 2004 $ 0.45 Dividend
      Nov 12, 2003 $ 0.433 Dividend
      Aug 13, 2003 $ 0.433 Dividend
      May 14, 2003 $ 0.375 Dividend
      Feb 26, 2003 $ 0.417 Dividend
      Nov 13, 2002 $ 0.40 Dividend
      Aug 14, 2002 $ 0.40 Dividend
      May 15, 2002 $ 0.383 Dividend
      Feb 20, 2002 $ 0.383 Dividend
      Nov 14, 2001 $ 0.367 Dividend
      Aug 15, 2001 $ 0.367 Dividend
      May 16, 2001 $ 0.35 Dividend
      Feb 21, 2001 $ 0.35 Dividend


      and your dividends going down down down...
      May 6, 2010 $ 0.178 Dividend
      Apr 7, 2010 $ 0.18 Dividend
      Mar 8, 2010 $ 0.174 Dividend
      Feb 8, 2010 $ 0.168 Dividend
      Dec 29, 2009 $ 0.172 Dividend
      Dec 8, 2009 $ 0.169 Dividend
      Nov 6, 2009 $ 0.169 Dividend
      Oct 7, 2009 $ 0.169 Dividend
      Sep 8, 2009 $ 0.165 Dividend
      Aug 6, 2009 $ 0.167 Dividend
      Jul 8, 2009 $ 0.156 Dividend
      Jun 8, 2009 $ 0.163 Dividend
      May 6, 2009 $ 0.154 Dividend
      Apr 7, 2009 $ 0.146 Dividend
      Mar 6, 2009 $ 0.14 Dividend
      Feb 6, 2009 $ 0.146 Dividend
      Dec 29, 2008 $ 0.205 Dividend
      Dec 8, 2008 $ 0.295 Dividend
      Nov 6, 2008 $ 0.33 Dividend
      Oct 8, 2008 $ 0.426 Dividend
      Sep 8, 2008 $ 0.441 Dividend
      Aug 6, 2008 $ 0.402 Dividend
      Jul 8, 2008 $ 0.412 Dividend
      Jun 6, 2008 $ 0.425 Dividend
      May 7, 2008 $ 0.415 Dividend
      Apr 8, 2008 $ 0.411 Dividend
      Mar 6, 2008 $ 0.423 Dividend
      Feb 6, 2008 $ 0.423 Dividend
      Dec 27, 2007 $ 0.423 Dividend
      Dec 6, 2007 $ 0.422 Dividend
      Nov 7, 2007 $ 0.374 Dividend
      Oct 5, 2007 $ 0.422 Dividend
      Sep 6, 2007 $ 0.398 Dividend
      Aug 8, 2007 $ 0.398 Dividend
      Jul 6, 2007 $ 0.394 Dividend
      Jun 6, 2007 $ 0.396 Dividend
      May 8, 2007 $ 0.379 Dividend
      Apr 5, 2007 $ 0.364 Dividend
      Mar 7, 2007 $ 0.357 Dividend
      Feb 7, 2007 $ 0.354 Dividend
      Dec 27, 2006 $ 0.363 Dividend
      Dec 6, 2006 $ 0.367 Dividend
      Nov 8, 2006 $ 0.372 Dividend
      Sep 6, 2006 $ 0.38 Dividend
      Aug 8, 2006 $ 0.372 Dividend
      Jul 6, 2006 $ 0.374 Dividend
      Jun 7, 2006 $ 0.374 Dividend
      May 8, 2006 $ 0.374 Dividend
      Apr 6, 2006 $ 0.36 Dividend
      Mar 8, 2006 $ 0.369 Dividend
      Feb 8, 2006 $ 0.367 Dividend
      Dec 28, 2005 $ 0.36 Dividend
      Dec 7, 2005 $ 0.36 Dividend
      Nov 8, 2005 $ 0.355 Dividend
      Oct 5, 2005 $ 0.318 Dividend
      Sep 7, 2005 $ 0.37 Dividend
      Aug 8, 2005 $ 0.37 Dividend
      Jul 6, 2005 $ 0.35 Dividend
      Jun 8, 2005 $ 0.35 Dividend
      May 6, 2005 $ 0.35 Dividend
      Apr 6, 2005 $ 0.35 Dividend
      Mar 8, 2005 $ 0.35 Dividend
      Feb 8, 2005 $ 0.35 Dividend
      Dec 29, 2004 $ 0.35 Dividend
      Dec 8, 2004 $ 0.35 Dividend
      Nov 8, 2004 $ 0.35 Dividend

      See you zero... Ouch!

    • Hope all you BP lovers get what you deserve...As for me...I'd walk before I buy BP gas and there are many others who feel the same...I hope we hit em where it hurts...

    • For those looking for U.S. energy distributions over 10%, try LINE or EVEP, both extremely well managed. LINE has an intelligent message board if you can ignore the shorts. EVEP made money when Nat. Gas was $3. Line is the master of hedging.

    • I agree with buying BP as it goes down in share price and up in dividend--but PWE isn't too bad to be holding as a steadier play to balance a stomach churner like BP. Meanwhile, aren't we all happy with our NLY today? Many premature eulogies on our money maker.

    • Shows your level of understanding of CanRoys amicus.

      I have recovered every penny, every year, of the 15% withholding on foreign dividends in the form of a Foreign Tax Credit on IRS Form 1116. Unless my dividend taxes are raised next year the 15% will again be exactly a wash on US returns as it is this year.

      BTW, all foreign corp divs have the same withholding treatment and most of the time they can be reclaimed vs US taxes as I do.

    • plus Canada withholds 10-15% non refundable tax on CanRoys, right? Screw that

    • wallstreet, i'm trying to do you a favor, but i really don't think you can see the light

      i've been buying BP closer to 40. as i said, it might go to the 30s. i know it has current issues. you think i'm blind? headline risk is not real risk.

      you said that you can afford to lose money on the CanRoys, cuz of the money you've made in the past? how's that rational? it sounds stubborn to the point of self-inflicted damage.

      i thought you were a dividend investor? CanRoy's dividends will become history. do you recognize that at all? BP's divi is growing @ 8% and already paying more than most CanRoys...

      once more, BP is a super-major oil company and a financial titan. CanRoy dividends are near extinction. Capiche?

    • View More Messages
 
NLY
11.25-0.16(-1.40%)Apr 17 4:00 PMEDT

Trending Tickers

i
Trending Tickers features significant U.S. stocks showing the most dramatic increase in user interest in Yahoo Finance in the previous hour over historic norms. The list is limited to those equities which trade at least 100,000 shares on an average day and have a market cap of more than $300 million.
AstraZeneca PLC
NYSEThu, Apr 17, 2014 4:00 PM EDT
KeyCorp.
NYSEThu, Apr 17, 2014 4:01 PM EDT