17th quarter since the dividend cut. Any one else think its time someone started thinking of the stockholders? At this rate it will take 100 years just to get back to where we were in 2008. Pretty Pathetic.
My take: the past is the past. I imagine FMER is "comfortable" having its stock yield approx. 3.7%.
As profits (presumably) increase, not only will the market cap, but also dividends.