in BBT stock price.
well with a 50% move 9 years ago, no other significant change. I have owned it for longer but still not a happpy camper
growing tird of this action, or lack of.
It was Tonto talking to the Lone Ranger. He was told by the Lone Ranger, "The indians have us surrounded. There's no escape this time. Looks like it the end of the line for us." He replies, "What you mean us, paleface!"
It's not arrogance or wishful thinking! And, it certainly wasn't earned either. I was born smarter and quicker thinking than 99% of the rest of the world. So, typically I lead and they follow. It's apparent which side of that divide you belong on. One has to explain jokes to you. Your expertise appears to be in the world of food not in the world of money which is why people ask you about food rather than investing. Rhetorical qustions from liberal newmen are over your head. Speaking of wives, mine is on the 1% side - beats me in looks and brains! I have no concerns, interest or the like with wife beating. I'm just happy that she stays with me!
P.S. I would estimate that we are within 10 years of age. I may have youth on you, but I'd guess that you have the edge in inexperience.
Where I come from it was Lone Ranger. For you to indicate your version is final, just as your indication you speak for others is wishful thinking. I would like to say arrogant, but I doubt you possess the qualities, not easily earned. My favorite president said I will not hold my opponents youth and inexperience against him. Counting pounds of BBQ rather than making money is another indicator of youthful inexperience, as well as listing the locations thereof. Wife beating, another indicator of youthful inexperience, seems of great interest to you. Wise men let the wife win. One day when you grow up that bolt of lightning may strike you.
You might say tomato, I might say tomahto.
Not a 'long-termer' or a '10 year high' guy. I bought some in 2000 after the big bank selloff and have since just been making money off the trading range. I'm actually buying low and selling high, unlike my name!
>> growing tird of this action, or lack of.
You've owned all this time, and haev gotten annual dividend increases, correct. Do you think this trend will continue? If so, won't the yield provide a bottom? Couldn't it be argued that the current yield is the bottom?