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  • calluci calluci Jun 13, 2011 9:13 PM Flag

    Where is our dividend????

    Yep Yep...good questions.
    A very poor position to be in.
    Two analyst with top star ratings have it as a hold even after the bad news. Source is from Fidelity brokerage platform research.
    Dividend is only once a year per last numerous years. Bottom might be in. Capital appreciation a big reach, now. Very disappointing. My sense is that the Turkey economy is well positioned.Or, is it?

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    • the economy may be interesting but they have no rule of law......

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      • this is not where we want to be, not knowing the status of our divdend.
        and in many ways you are right to point out the "no rule of law......" thing
        but that is part of investing outside of the U.S.
        you could buy an oil company in a nice little tropical paridise and
        the next thing you know they put a marxist in office and your company
        gets "nationalized" and you get nothing, i has happened many times

        TKC was up today 2 times what S&P was up (3% gain on higher than avg vol)
        so it would seem that most ppl agree with me that it will be worked out

        my guess would be that in a month or two we will get our div
        as a side note, i'm betting the stock will have a slight sell off
        when the div gets payed as some ppl are turned off by this ordeal
        and are just waiting to get the div and then will bail-out

        i will add to my holding if that happens, but for now i will just wait and see

 
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