You make a good point. The current price is rooted in a very negative scenario. As reality begins to show the scenario is not realistic SDLP stock it going to pop. It really does look like this is going to happen much quicker than the talking heads have predicted(imagine that).
You mean SeaDrill. That is a good thing and why they will continue to give out the big dividend. Half of it is going to Seadrill. If you got into this stock under 3.50 it is just a cash cow with limited downside. I believe its going double digit soon. Oil stocks are going to pop way before the talking heads predict.
I'd bought at 2:35 so I was sweating it a bit. Did not think it would go that much lower. But man I'm loving that $2,250 dividend I'm getting every qtr. And then getting valuation pop too! woohoo!! BUT, I still think the price is ridiculously low given the fact oil is on its way back, the volatility in oil production in so many regions, and the spike in oil usage. SDLP and EXEL are going to hasten my retirement. :)
I don't buy that. You are pricing a stock now on the POSSIBILITY these things will happen in 2018? No, that is not it.
I don't understand how SDLP can be valued with a P/E of ~ 2 when EPS is 2.42 with dividend of 18+%. This defies any logic I can see. They aren't going anywhere. They will continue to have similar earnings. They have contracts to ride them thru 2018. Why does the market choose to price them at this ridiculous level now? I am just going to keep taking my dividends. Sooner or later the market will figure out this is a crazy price for this stock. This is a crazy income stock with unbelievable upside potential. ARE YOU KIDDING ME?
That is the problem with low volume stocks. They can be easily manipulated AND they are hard to get out of. Interesting stock but cannot invest in because of low volume. BTW - I am a buy and hold trader buying on what I believe are undervalued stocks with high upside potential in the future..
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I've been watching this stock ever since the debacle. nearly got in several times. As a buy and hold trader I look for stocks which are oversold and/or over hyped negatively. LL falls into my watch list. I am tempted again. However, I just don't see a good reason to think they are going to turn this around soon. The housing market has been running for awhile now. The demand for the products they sell is as high is its going to get. And yet there numbers are falling. This means people are still really turned off to LL right now. Not good. I'm willing to miss the bottom to wait and see a little longer. If the market shudders this thing could really take a bigger hit than most stocks right now. I would like to see them discount alot of product and show a revenue surge even if gross margins take a hit. This would show customers are coming back. Then build from there. Unfortunately, I think LL has a long road ahead of it. It's like management is "froze at the wheel" right now. Distracted by the legal issues perhaps at the expense of executing business plans.
Still doesn't make sense to me. Don't get caught up in number of shares. You are getting the same value either way. You are being too greedy. :) btw - I initially got in at 9.05 and then doubled down at 2.35. Looking good now but wasn't so sure when it went well under $2. :) Now this stock could be a huge winner even at $10. Although I am already up bigtime with 10k shares. 8k at 2.35. :)
Why do you say that? If it runs up alot you sell it and take profit instead of dividend. Or you sell it quickly the day of ex-dividend to minimize price decline. (if it declines at all). I think oil is heading back up. Demand in China is absolutely spiking. People are drinking the low price cool-aid of oil. Buying trucks and Suv's again.