Of course nothings a "sure thing" or "certain" but the pt is Cheetah loves to beat up MU cause of past qtrly earnings based on the old industry PC & DRAM problem. That can only draq down MU so long, will be over in 4Q 2016. This next Qtr ER will be bad (that's pretty certain) but after that, unless MU renege's, 3D NAND should start showing Revenue in 4Q 2016.
set your filter to search for and trade low priced dividend stocks with Ex-Div date less than 30 Days.
And this strategy you just set your filter to search for and trade low priced dividend stocks with Ex-Div date
I mean, sure, one could argue just buy 5K shrs and play long for a 10 cent gain and get the same $550. But, with the Dividend, you're assured the $550 gain, just not assured the sp will get back to = or in short amount of time to sell & get out...
Sorry, my math was wrong, was thinking $44 per quarter, not .44 per year. You're both right, .11 or $110 per Qtr. However, still, if you buy 5k Shrs, that's $550 in your pocket after the Ex-Div date!
So, the question really is, how many investors buy dividend stocks just to cash out on the Dividend? And what does the sp do after the Dividend is released, adjust down or stay the same? (note: just looking at CY's Historical Prices chart, the typical next day sp adjustment isn't that much and/or doesn't take that many trading days to get back to equal to or the sp the day of the Dividend. So you can typically take the Dividend, sell soon and get out. It's a gamble, but not that much risk of losing money and you're assured the $550 Dividend....
The key word in your prognosis is "soon" which makes your post worthless. After we get this June 30th 3Q ER out of the way, nothing left to hold MU earnings back. 3D NAND numbers will start showing 4Q - what we've been waiting for... What line ya gonna use after the worm turns cheetah?
For me the question is what is an 'institutional stock holder'? Institutional holder statistic numbers include the individual investors held in the institutions investor accts (Fidelity, Schwab, etc). For example, you buy shares of RBY in your Fidelity Brokerage acct, not a private exchange...
Thx for the data rjm. So if MU's short interest is decreasing that sort of follows the intuition most Longs have that, with the exception of this next expected terrible 3Q 2016 Qtr ER, all the bad news on MU (even Inotera) is now out & old news. Every time Cheetah mouths off about bad earnings, just remind him that soon will be far behind us in the past...
thx for the accurate date. Until now I've been going by the June 28.
I have a bad feeling the ER is going to be the worst we've seen out of MU in years! So, I hope the analysts at the end of the Call show some BALLS FOR ONCE and hold the Exec's feet to the fire on GUIDANCE, particularly dates on expected revenues showing on 3D NAND & XPoint...
Kg2931 (MU Long 2K shrs @ $24.92 held since 3/5/14)
help me understand from both a technical and business description: 1) storage' Vs 2) data center Vs 3) IOT Cloud and please describe these in terms of what INAP does Vs it's competitiors.
Here's another way to tap the same question: In terms of competitors, is there a market for what IOT Cloud providers do that's distinct from what INAP does?
I've been in this stock so long I don't understand it or what's happened to it...
Kg2931 (INAP Long 1600 Shrs @ $19.64 Shr - CB $31,417 held since 11/14/2003)
So what you're saying is INAP technically still has what the new IOT Cloud providers want and could even buy INAP,, if it just weren't for the "hopeless BOD"? I don't doubt the BOD and Execs have turned this stock into a dud, but still see no answer from anyone here yet evidencing INAP no longer is technologically viable in the new IOT Cloud market.
luid or someone please,
"Same for DataCenter services. It's an incredibly competitive market and Internap have shown no signs of anything positive from there."
Help me understand storage Vs data center Vs IOT Cloud in relation to what INAP does. And in terms of competitors, is there a market for what IOT Cloud providers do that's distinct from what INAP does?
I'm thinking of buying in before the June 28 Ex Div date, then selling few months after the sp climbs back to pre Ex-Div date level. 4.07 annual yield is a pretty nice dividend, especially for a tech semi stock! Buy 1000 shares and collect a fat $1017 dividend after this next June 28th Ex Div date! Of course the sp will drop immediately following but CY (semi's) are due for a break out later this year. Sp will probably climb back reasonably quick to pre Ex-Div date level... Thoughts/Opinioins?
I still haven't made my vote. Need familiarity of the three Directors (above). Anybody have the scoop on these three guys? Any reason not to approve all three? Opinions welcome.
"not be too bad for shareholders is if there is a merger/takeover."
II can't imagine a R/S and/or screwing with the already destroyed stock holder value accomplishing anything but a lawsuit - which will finish putting RBY under. The only option RBY has is a PLAN to make something happen with what they have (what the stockholders already gave them) and make that PLAN transparent to the stock holders and creditors ASAP! Here we sit while the price of gold and gold investments is leading the stock market!