What are you DDC morons doing now? Havent you learned your lesson yet? I guess if you want to throw away your money, I cant stop you. You idiots are here chasing this non-existent dividend, while overlooking ONAV, here at $3.24, back down at the lows again, with its div already suspended, and paying down debt. Its just amazing, the stupidity. It must be a conspiricy. Idiots are like sheep. Idiots flock to Idiots. If you see the sheep in front of you running over the cliff, it must be because there is a greener pasture down there, not sharp deadly rocks. Run sheep, run. Flock away, and be fleeced, morons. Baaaa.....
A lot of large caps have now gotten WAY ahead of themselves. Look at the price action of ESRX. When you deduct Goodwill and intangibles the company has practically ZERO book value and it trades at almost 30 times earnings (which have been falling)! Hmmm Market cap 23 Billion... Book value < 100 million. Sounds like an excellent one to short IMO.
Instead of being trampled,perhaps you should join the flock, I didn't know I had one, but here is an application anyway, lol. See if you can stop the sheep.
Indeed, Decaf would be a good idea.
Courson? A bit premature with your call that ONAV is at it's lows. Long way to bottom for that POS.
Still laughing your way to the bank? Trying to get a refi on your note?......LMAO!
Hey I cant understand this. I mean, Courson do help to those who are willing to listen the advice. Advice you can use or not but why such comments. Well yes he jumped lil too early into ONAV. But he had previous trade done flawlessly so I guess he can afford it. I did see that he was begging people to jump the ship here before pre dividend drop in CPLP. that advice has been very very good.
I find his comments usable and funny and worth more than 2 cents.
Bottom line IMO is that if you look historically, this puppy runs up to the $9+ area before ex-date and drops back down shortly after. I pickup up a small position at $7.65 and will be more than happy to watch the DDC's run it up to over $9 and then I can take my profit before any potential div cut. What I will likely do is sell 2/3rd of my position to take profits and let the last 1/3rd ride.
I like your sometimes rational commentary. I had some extra cash I was going to use for something else, but I followed your advice and bought ONAV. I just have to explain to my kids why Santa decided to give them ONAV instead of some silly toy.
The only idiot I see is Courson.
What's your major malfunction moron? Can't stand to see anyone of independant mind having fun? Why would we want to blindly follow an idiot around? With you lame, half-baked so-called analysis......
Clemson, the only thing you are independent of is ability to properly analyze equity valuation, and you soon will be independent of your money, as well. CPLP is 4th down and long on their 20 yd line in the 4th. Your buddy Belichick (robert) and you know what to do, as usual. Its a snap back on 43, fake handoff and quarterback run play up the middle. Oops. What happened. Forgot about that 350lb lineman named Div Cut. Forgot about that left tackle named Low Spot Rate. Now you are dogpiled, wrist is broken and out of the game for the season. Maybe you can now take up fly-fishing.
immodest egocentric ridiculous petty little person coursonc
You need to switch to decaf...
Why does the rising price bother you so much? If people want to pay up for the dividend, even though there is a risk of it being cut, let them.
I agree that the DDC's have something to do with the constant run-up you see in high div stocks prior to ex-date, and they are the same that bail after ex-date and help drive it right back down. This happens often so you can play off their habits. Buy a couple weeks after ex-date, then sell a couple before (before ex if you are confident in the div or before announcement if you are not).
With that said, I do thank you for your posts here and on others such as TNK's board. I do take a look at your suggestions and your insight as well as the volume of info you provide is excellent.