The world's central banks are out of ammo and government debt can't keep expanding forever. Tankers feel the downdraft first.
It would seem so, but institutions are bailing out fast on this stock. I can't help but wonder that if the future is so good, why are they in such a hurry to exit?
If that idea is the basis for your long position, you should exit, because it is dead wrong. They've already said they'll cut the dividend and it will likely be a major cut. We could easily see $15 WMB.
Thanks, it is also true that in the near future, transportation will be electrified and the additional electricity consumption will be generated by fuel gas. Yes, the potential for growth is enormous. Perhaps this is indeed a huge opportunity with WMB.
OK, help me out. WMB has a great business, but they've promised a sizable dividend cut after Q2. How is that representative of a great business?
You'll buy it a lot cheaper when they tell us what the dividend will be going forward. It will be cut.
There is no merger, you dividend loving stock will tank huge because the dividend is being scrapped in Q2.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Won't the EU's financial center move from London to another EU city, say Frankfurt? Why would you want to buy RBS? This looks to me like a dagger in the heart of their international financial system.
How can you call a contact with Petrobas "rock solid"? Petrobas has been robbed blind by crooked Brazilian politicians and wealthy businessmen. Brazil is on the path to Venezuela. I want to believe, but Petrobas is certainly not rock solid.
JP Morgan CEO had a recent editorials in the NYT on China. Debt to GDP is now 280%. China's growth will slow dramatically. Communist control always ends badly.