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).
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
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.