If my numbers are right, you are saying that meas you believe these statistics are reliable only 31.46% of the time. You are probably correct but your level of accuracy is only 31.46% correct.
I see some good points in your post. I, for one, like the stock and make a good % return by selling covered calls. For example, when it hits 100+ look to sell 110's about 3 months out for an annualized yield of about 20%.
What % of Disney earnings come from theme parks? Between high prices, preferences among young people for virtual adventure, crowds and long lines, and now, wildlife out of control, I think the future of these theme parks is limited.
Looks like typical market over reaction. A good entry point? Or, wait and see how BREXIT and election influence the market in general?
Looking at the market in general with the "Presidential" election and BREXIT on the horizon. I would say a new entry point might be 38 to 38.50. All else being equal, which would be unusual in itself.
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Please correct me if I am wrong. I believe SDRL is an off shore drilling operation, not a container shipping company. What does SDRL have to do with SSW?
Look at 1 year chart with B-bands. What "usually" happens when it crosses the upper line? Just my opinion but I would buy under 40.
There is certainly no guarantee on the 11% while the 9.5 is a serious obligation. Also, consider the yield from dividend at current levels with the stock at 20.
I used o have the same problem of buying at the top of the range. Now, I use Bollinger bands to determine good entry points. If a stock hits or comes close to the bottom of the band with no apparent underlying cause, it marks a good entry point.
I don"t understand your post. If you sold covered calls, you made the premium plus whatever your cal price was over your purchase price. I look for about 20% annualized. If you sold puts, you will either get the stock or get to keep the premium. I think buying options is like casino gambling playing against the house.
Rogers, you are a joke. Dilution represents about 5%. Stock is trading about 7% over its year low. Definitely an over reaction particularly since they are using some of the money to retire preferred stock. This looks like a buy to me and maybe a long term keeper if we see a recovery in Asian economies. Ha Ha, i think you know less about world economy than my two dogs.
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