And who, may I ask, are the conspirators or co-conspirators in such convoluted manipulations that challenge the very market process?
Some of us who got impatient with TEVA in the upper 50's and sold the stock or got too cocksure and started trading it with the hope of buying back have to feel humbled with the way TEVA has surged ahead to almost mid-60's. An invaluable, but costly, lesson indeed in investing!
Yes.. and then some, may be.
Is anyone thinking of selling before the ex? Every time it seems to go down a lot more than the 30 cent dividend. I am thinking aloud... one could always buy back..
That makes sense for Chevron or Schlumberger, but PBR with all its corruption baggage?