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  • arbourplace arbourplace Apr 20, 2013 1:28 PM Flag

    Same SP As A Year Ago. 1.6% Yield. LOL.

    How exciting.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    • you filthy piece of trash!

    • gamalataki here is a NEW thread for you. Now what nonsense were you posting ?
      I choose to consider Barchart. when making my trading decisions. I Chose NOT to hold stocks that earn a
      1.6 % Yield and really do nothing YOY. Up a few dollars, down again. Not my speed.
      Sorry to inform you but all but one technical indicator has this going down further.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

      • 1 Reply to arbourplace
      • Well, ok, I'll just have to submit to the fact that clues and facts are something foreign to you.

        Dividend Investing: A Value Tilt in Disguise?, by Gregg S. Fisher, Journal of Financial Planning, April 2013
        READ IT!
        In seeking to better understand the outperformance of high-dividend-yielding stocks relative to the broader equity market, this paper dissects their return patterns and examines returns over a period of more than 30 years through the lens of risk factors.
        Results suggest that it was actually the value factor that is inherent in most high-dividend-yielding stocks that was responsible for the outperformance of these stocks over the period studied.
        The yield factor associated with high-dividend-yielding stocks actually DETRACTED from performance.
        A takeaway for advisers and investors is that if outperforming the broader market on a medium- to long-term basis is a main objective, applying a value tilt to a portfolio is generally a better strategy than overweighting high-dividend-yielding stocks.

        If you REALLY believe that it just goes up or down a few bucks, then come on over and let me show you my statements from where I bought at a split adjusted price of $6 in '84, then we'll see who LOL's - LOL!!

        Sentiment: Strong Buy

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