I hate weekends no market action so I went food shopping at gourmet food store where you must wait to order the exotic deli items but does make for good conversation if right folks are nearby.As I walked in I noticed this attractive 40ish blonde ordering some of my favorite Italian meats and complained on no Genoa Salami.Being the worldly debonair gentleman that I am I commented: "Try the Sweet Sopprasatta it is better,but must be sliced very thin and laid out properly." Counter man gave us both a sample.She loved it.Conversation continued as we shared sample pasta.Somehow conversation got to cats [but I must admit I had
Nice story. Tell that good looking aristocratic honey that you know a used car salesman in Gurnee that would show her a good time. I had insomnia last night too, but not because of NFI. It was from drinking about 5 Diet Cokes yesterday.
Spec has very little, if any, credibility on NFI, but when he posted about a dividend decrease as a possibility, he made a fool of himself. He is not qualified to comment on the cult stock. He would make a very bad cult member. There will be dividend cuts in the sector. But not NFI.
An interview in "Barron's" this morning has a very low growth rate for the market for years to come. The guy says P/E's are not low enough to allow for rapid stock price growth.
We're still in a trading range we've been in for 5 years. It may go on a long time. Ouch. But I feel the cult stock will be my savior.
OK AOK- I'm sorry for single-handedly causing the crash from $58 to $28,I promise not to do it again if you get it back to $58.Funny,I remember when ABT fell from $58 to $28 too.Which is safer investment now,NFI or ABT? Tell us what Dirty does "behind the facade" hope it is not dirty.Ciao
"behind the facade
He is quite direct about it. He is a writer with multiple talents beside that. My guess mostly in a broad range of the "arts". He just finished a fiction novel about this ordeal, and he's working on the completion of a non-fiction book which is more problematic because it's hard to simplify because it is an enormously sophisticated, complicated hustle. NFI isn't easy, either.
I understand the fundamentals of the company, and if I don't know something, I can always find out, but like H says, in order to own a pharma, one does not need to know the particulars of the science. How many abt holders could name the top ten Abt products ? Not many. BTW Abt is too big to be played like NFI except by government/courts litigation/legislation. There is also the element of greed. A 20% yield which NFI actually has on forward dividends is pretty compelling. That builds a pretty strong base in this area which made your purchase at 34 a stroke of great, dumb luck.
The poetry is to fight the pall of the nastiness. Humor, too.
<<Seems with those nasties NFI may be doomed to fail.I may have to eject before it falls to $28 again>>
Why do you worry about it falling? It's going to be much higher years from now, so stop obsessing about the daily trading. You cannot trade this, Plute. You will screw it up.
I've seen it. It truly is amazing. Many of those fishermen are killed. They work under such horrible conditions as they go out in the winter..ugh.
I like salmon fishing, and halibut. The conditions aren't as nasty. And they taste good too..that's a bonus.
In the one I watched this week, the first I believe, the one boat spent 12 hours going out to rescue the squalled boat. Lost. Amazing, then they caught halibut which they had caught instead of crab with which they baited the baskets for a change of luck...then full baskets. Maybe the best TV I have ever seen. Who needs fiction ?