I would not say it says anything other than there will be consolidation in the sector. I had a post on FTR yesterday. FTR Bonds fetch a Premium and yield 6-9%. Bondies are not afraid .
Just took a glance at FTR Bonds. They sell at a premium and yield 6-9%. Bondies show no fear,at the present time anyway. Looks like antitrust issues might snag or for sure delay the T -TWC proposed sale. FTR could be a nice conciliation prize fir ATT and me.
FTR Bonds sell at a premium and yield 6%-9%. The bondies are showing no fear. I do think I will stick with Common shares but I don't give financial advice to others( for free).
IMO Trump is not acting like someone who wants the job . My guess the responsibility is too much for him. Hillary is running for her life , it will be the White House or the Big House. I will vote for Trump, he is capable and will do the job if he wins.
All are volatile and can make big moves none are going to disappear. SDOW is not a stock and pays no distribution and I would not hold long term. The other four ( I have three of them) are a buy (or add) at some point to be determined by the individual. I added FSC at $5.50 this week and sold a deep GILD Put not long ago that might deliver shares at $67.50 on Jan20.
No doubt the one you are holding is the least risky and the ones other hold are more risky. Also it would depend on what you meant by risky.
What's new on the Madonna front? Male ,Female , K9 . 18 to 80 Blind,cripple,crazy very selective senior citizen:)
That $60 more annual income of which 80% is federally taxable or $42. I will enjoy the extra $18 not taxable:)
I don't see TVIX as being Bullish or Bearish. I bought some today and sold in AM for 15 cents. FSC is a blue chip compared to TVIX.
That is the storyline of the Clinton campaign and there media cronies. The idea is there are many voters with no values at all who like to vote for the winner and they try to create a illusion to gather in the stupid votes. Little has changed other than the Clinton campaign being ties into violent activity at GOP rallies and Truely Dim voters no care about that.
Oct '87. I was working my buns off on a job with a somewhat mentally imbalanced manager. When I was finally fired in Jan '88 it was a relief. At any rate what market crash? They come and they go when least expected. But the after the event experts always say they called it:)
I had a 1980 house loan also in NC at 13.5%. A small cracker box was all I could afford with that interest payment.