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  • rr76012 rr76012 Oct 18, 2013 3:45 PM Flag

    EXC going to the high teen's???

    Is EXC next stop is $20.00???

    Bad stock investment, bad company, bad management, bad board of directors????

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    • MS thinks so = underweight/underperform down to 21... personally, I would say 18-19 rock bottom......lousy CEO slashes divy and votes himsellf another pay raise....glad I sold from $37+ down to 32 since the last run from current low into that shareholders meeting........once they got that vote from the bagholders, I knew it was downhill from there........it will be years before this company turns it around - certainly not under the current administration in DC, no matter how large their nuclear fleet is.......dead money here.........get into a growing industry group like biotech = decades of researdh now coming into fruition.
      Anyway, thanx for the tax free inheritance, mom and dad..............took it while it was there for the taking......remember WorldCom and Enron? Over 50 bucks and nobody thought..........your grandaddy's untily stocks are no longer the safe haven thay they used to be: change is the only constant. Time for thinking outside the box..................

      • 1 Reply to scriabinone
      • well said.

        Publicly promising not to cut the dividend, then very soon thereafter cutting it almost 50%, the board and executives have no street credibility. Yet they have enough cash flow to pay them selves bonuses and raise their salaries. So very wrong, immoral, I also think criminal because they committed fraud telling people not to worry about dividend cuts.

        Sentiment: Hold

    • I sure hope so, so I can buy lots more.

 
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