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  • humpty_dumptsy humpty_dumptsy Aug 4, 2013 11:20 AM Flag

    It seems obvious a major shareholder(s) DUMPING T

    On a regular basis as not the get noticed. The good news is, it seems you too can get out during this period and buy back again...i am sure as we approaching his final dumps where he is likely to let loose and dump larger than usual amounts to set the downward spiral in motion. We see may see low to mid teens and likely to see massive dumping leading into september and october. then the most successful traders and hedge fund managers will formulate their master plan to take down the East Coast branches. It could get very ugly and will be smooth sailing for those who have been short selling T now and in the coming months.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    • Seeking Alpha 8/5/2013

      Billionaire Ken Fisher's High Dividend Stock Picks:
      AT&T (T) was another of Fisher's high yield stock picks with the filing disclosing ownership of 6.4 million shares. Like cigarettes, telecommunications stocks tend to be characterized by high yields and low betas. AT&T is certainly no exception on either front: it has been steadily increasing its quarterly dividend payment for years, and now offers a yield of 5.1%, with the stock featuring a beta of 0.3. Business has been about flat for AT&T, with growth in wireless services being offset by a decline in wireline business. Financials are little changed as a result, though with a forward P/E of 13 and significant buybacks at least recently the company does not need to grow its net income much beyond that point to be competitive on a value basis.

    • How many shares did you sell short? You're gonna get burned real bad. He, he, he.

    • ...humpty_dumptsy suffers serious head injury in fall from wall.

 
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