% | $
Quotes you view appear here for quick access.

Corrections Corporation of America Message Board

Daniel_Raider 8 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 7, 2003 6:07 PM Member since: Sep 2, 1998
SortNewest  |  Oldest  |  Highest Rated Expand all messages
  • Reply to

    How to Find an Ex-dividend Date

    by Daniel_Raider Jun 30, 2003 9:50 PM
    Daniel_Raider Daniel_Raider Jul 7, 2003 6:07 PM Flag

    Dear Mr. White:

    Sorry, all I can do is provide some information, not file a brief for it. My understanding is that the so-called "Daily List" is the definitive reference for ex-dividend dates, and that the issuer itself has nothing to do with it, as all the issuer does is set the record date and the payment date. (Again, no warranty.) I understand why you're unhappy over this issue (have been there myself), but I do think that you're being much too hard on Mike Ulrich. The following is directly from the NASDAQTrader site:

    "The Daily List Search provides access to information from all of the Daily Lists. NASDAQ� equity and mutual fund information is as of December 7, 1998. Market participant information is as of April 8, 1999 and dividend information is as of May 24, 1999.

    "For the Name/Symbol Search , select the desired search options and enter in a name or symbol of a NASDAQ or mutual fund, money market fund or market participant . You will retrieve a list of links to the historical changes for the selected search criteria.

    "For the Date/Range Search , select a date range and desired search options. For example, enter in the dates 4/30/1999 to 5/24/1999 and select Mutual Funds and Additions/Deletions. The search results will include all mutual fund additions/deletions from April 30, 1999 to May 24, 1999.

    � Copyright 1997 - 2003, The Nasdaq Stock Market, Inc. All rights reserved. Please read our Disclaimer and Privacy Statement.
    This Web site is best viewed with Internet Explorer 5.x through 5.5, 6, Netscape 6.2, and 800 x 600 monitor resolution.
    Printing HTML pages from this site may require page margins to be set to .25 inch. Please refer to FAQs for more information.
    For questions regarding this Web site, please contact the NASDAQ Trader Help Desk at (800) 777-5606.

  • Daniel_Raider by Daniel_Raider Jun 30, 2003 9:50 PM Flag

    The above is one way. Another is to call the transfer agent, as one poster recommended earlier today. However, the information given by the NASDAQ link above should be definitive. (No warranty, of course.)

  • Daniel_Raider by Daniel_Raider Nov 2, 1999 1:55 PM Flag

    MOORE JACKSON W (Director)
    Bought (P)
    1,269 Common 10.75 $13,641

  • Reply to

    NewMK and Abadaba7

    by avi29 Oct 28, 1999 11:42 AM
    Daniel_Raider Daniel_Raider Oct 29, 1999 12:09 PM Flag


  • Reply to

    Some Thoughts

    by avi29 Oct 22, 1999 8:35 AM
    Daniel_Raider Daniel_Raider Oct 26, 1999 11:46 AM Flag

    Here are a couple of reassuring facts (not new
    ones, but still facts):

    Doc bought 50,000 shares
    in the open market last spring at a price north of
    $13. He bought another 50,000 after the stock dipped
    into the 9's.

    Joseph Russell, a director,
    bought 20,000 shares in the open market last May at a
    price north of $13, adding to a purchase of 5,000
    shares in the open market last April at a price north of

    Maybe these guys have succeeded in mesmerizing
    themselves, but I think it's more likely that they are
    correctly convinced that PZN has an intrinsic value - one
    which will eventually again be recognized by the market
    - well north of current prices.

  • Reply to

    badly broken

    by tmm3 Aug 4, 1999 1:17 PM
    Daniel_Raider Daniel_Raider Oct 25, 1999 11:19 AM Flag

    Dreman pushed the stock (at $13 or so) in a Forbes column last month. He is a well-known and highly respected value investor. At least he's putting his money where his mouth is!

  • Reply to

    mlaws98, JS1032, I only felt half the pa

    by jfbunky Aug 11, 1998 10:46 PM
    Daniel_Raider Daniel_Raider Sep 3, 1998 5:47 PM Flag

    Thanks for the prompt and interesting

    I wish I could offer you some BAHR. I spent some
    time looking for shares a couple of years ago and gave
    up without being shown
    a single share.

    BHB does own the BAHR shares as part of BHB's trust
    operations, which I think is likely, and BHB has investment
    power with respect to such holdings, I believe that BHB
    would have a fiduciary obligation to accept a bid for
    shares which is in the best interest of the beneficiary
    of the trust. I have no idea what the "market" price
    is of BAHR, but you if you're anxious to own at
    least a small number of shares, you might consider
    making a written offer to BHB's trust department at a
    price of perhaps 10% or 15% above

    Thanks again for the reponse, and good luck in the hunt.

  • Reply to

    mlaws98, JS1032, I only felt half the pa

    by jfbunky Aug 11, 1998 10:46 PM
    Daniel_Raider Daniel_Raider Sep 2, 1998 6:36 PM Flag

    Just curious as to the basis for your statement.

    I've looked at BHB's SEC filings and haven't seen anything suggestive of a position in Bar Harbor Water.

    Any enlightenment appreciated.

25.96-0.18(-0.69%)Nov 24 4:03 PMEST