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  • blondebomb78 blondebomb78 Apr 16, 2010 2:24 PM Flag

    Man what a fire sale, time to buy!

    Had been looking at this stock thinking that anything below what the latest offing of 15.10 was obviously a good buy! Man I didn't expect to get a gift handed to me with this selloff. What are investors thinking this has nothing to do with Goldman and has a great yield. I am loaded up at 14.50 and trying to get a little bit more!!

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    • Blonde,

      You'll get an opportunity to buy more shares at ex-divvy date for about 14.00 - 14.75.

      The question now is if CODI peaked out at 16 or will go <14. Watch for earnings and management comments for future results.

      I bought at near last ex-divvy date near 13; and surprised at the runup. But that was when equities was depressed. Now comes the potential pullback; hate to see a roundtrip.


      • 1 Reply to joetong419
      • CODI was holding very steady around the 15 level until the Goldman Sach panic hit, just a big panic selloff that shouldn't have affected CODI at all. So you would expect the price to increase before the ex-dividend and then of course you would take off the dividend. But why be in a dividend stock is your not going to take the dividend. Some smart investors got in Friday better than me since it fell out of panic to 14.20ish, I was already looking to buy and just got lucky the panic hit when the SEC announced the Goldman case.

    • Plus just a goverment political play to put pressure on the senators :(

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