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  • gooburpeez gooburpeez Nov 6, 2007 4:57 PM Flag

    So, let's hear it Chartnuts. If PFE "sees" 5.1% yield,

     

    will you leave this board forever?

    Do your "fearless", always wrong predictions mean anything at all?

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    • charty said "The stochastics are within one session of getting about as low as it ever gets."

      Yup, but those stochastics are a lying bunch, ain't they. They related to you maybe?

      charty said "$25.78 is the price where the yield would be a full 4.50% and I'd be surprised if the stock closed much below that price."

      SUPRISE!

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      4.5% yield level is providing support 23-Feb-07 03:29 am

      The increase in the annual dividend to $1.16 was announced on Dec. 18 pre-market. The stock closed that day at $25.83 for a yield of 4.49%. That has been the low close so far since the dividend increase. The stock has yet to close at a price where the dividend yield is above 4.50%. $25.78 is the price where the yield would be a full 4.50% and I'd be surprised if the stock closed much below that price.

      The stochastics are within one session of getting about as low as it ever gets. At least a snapback rally of sorts would therefore seem to be no more than one session away. If the snapback doesn't get underway today, then it's a good bet that it will start on Monday.

      optionsalch..

    • > The Torcetrapib failure was what happened to earlier ostensible limits of 4.5% and 4.7%

      Here's a better dated one... more than a month after the torcetrapib failure was announced:

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      Re: Dividend Yield Going Higher and Higher 23-Jan-07 11:06 am

      Yes - investors care. In this market environment, 4.5% appears to be about the ceiling. Investors really should be aware when a stock figures to be within a point or so of the lows.

      The ridiculous Bear Stearns downgrade was essentially based on old news. The Lipitor patents expiring in four or five years and Torcetrapib failing? Give me a break - that was seven weeks ago. As for Lipitor sales, I see nothing at all wrong with just a 1% decline in Q4-06 from an exceptionally-strong year-ago quarter. Who can really be disappointed with $12.89B for the year versus $12.19B in 2005?

      optionsalc
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    • This one was after the torcetrapib failure:

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      Re: Is It Safe to Enter PFE Yet? 23-Jan-07 11:04 pm

      The low closing price since the dividend was hiked from $0.96 to $1.16 annually was the $25.90 seen on 12/29/06. That price equates to a 4.48% dividend yield. It is very rare to see such a blue chip as this which increases the dividend each year by a double-digit percentage selling for a dividend yield in the 4.5% area in this kind of interest-rate environment.

      Prices in the $26 area should be mighty close to the lows. There might be one point of risk here and six or seven points of possible reward.

      optionsalch...
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      Got that people?

      charty said "Prices in the $26 area should be mighty close to the lows. "

    • How about this post of chartnuts?

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      The nearly-infallible 26.5% minimum annual closing range theory 5-Jan-07 08:31 pm

      For each of the last thirteen years including 2006, the high close for the year hasn't failed to be at least 26.5% more than the low close for the year.

      Pelosi week has now come and gone and Pfizer is none the worse for wear. Unless there is a real surprise from out of deep left field, it looks like the 4.5% dividend point of $25.70 will hold. And if it does, there is an excellent chance of seeing a high in '07 at least as high as $32.

      The dividend is likely to be raised to something like $1.28 in December and interestingly enough, even at $32 at that time the stock would still be sporting a 4% dividend payout.

      2007 is setting up as a great year for Pfizer investors.

      optionsalch...
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    • Oops, I got the date wrong on that one.

      My bad.

    • > The Torcetrapib failure was what happened to earlier ostensible limits of 4.5% and 4.7%

      Question for you chrt13:

      Is June 19, 2007 before or after the Torcetrapib failure?

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      Re: Another day, another lower low for PFE! 19-Jun-06 07:15 pm

      ...This company is just not going to be allowed to yield something like 4.7%.

      chartness2003
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    • "Stocks don't remain near their lows forever"

      Pfizer was $50 in 1999--get it?

    • > The Torcetrapib failure was what happened to earlier ostensible limits of 4.5% and 4.7%.

      The post below proves two things:

      1) You are WRONG (yet again), and,

      2) Your memory is quite feeble.

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      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.

      chartness2033
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    • > Even with 2008 lows in the 24's, it would mean highs in the 28's or higher. At those levels my valuation will be 250K or more. <

      It doesn't matter if it gets to $28, as you will not sell any, holding out for $31, and the stock will just come back down yet again... leaving you with nothing but fond memories.

    • > Stocks don't remain near their lows forever <

      Correct.

      Most of the time they break through them and set new lows.

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