I'm going to predict that my Pfizer valuation of $99,970 on Friday with the stock closing at $24.43 is the very last time that you will see anything but six digits. From here on in, it's not a matter of whether I will make money - it's just a matter of how much. I think the "how much" will end uy surprising almost everyone (except me of course).
Chartness post of Decemember 16, 2006, after torcetrapib was cancelled:
Re: Crazy things being said about the dividend 16-Dec-06 12:45 pm
The 2-year Treasury is over half a point lower than the Fed Funds rate and it's almost certain that interest rates are headed LOWER - not higher. The stock market simply will not allow the price of Pfizer's stock to yield much more than 4.25%. If the dividend is raised to where the yield at the current market price would be higher, the stock price will rise.
The hell you didn't, ya lying sack of pig shit-crawling maggots, puke for brains! Never, ever challenge your betters! Just because Yahoo deleted your past lies & lunacies, don't delude your retarded brain that your betters can't stuff your lying BS back down your well-stuffed gullett, creep!
Re: chartness2003--thanks (14 Ratings) 14-Nov-06 02:01 pm Very knowledgeable:
chartness said on 8-Nov-06 11:44 am:
"Last week's intraday low of $26.38 is holding - even with the ex-dividend. You won't be seeing $26 - much less $23 or $24. The fundamentals are just too solid and the dividend yield - especially the soon-to-be-seen yield - just too good for that. Companies this solid aren't going to sell for 10.5 times next year's earnings and pay a 4.5% dividend."
The very next day PFE traded as low as $25.00, and hasn't closed above $26.00 since the day he said the above. You have rated