I like to make predictions for merging equities---so far I am batting about 79%.
As for CFP and CLM, my guess is that the price of CFP the day BEFORE the merger will be between 19.00 and 19.30.
I would keep it in the portfolio unil late spring at the earliest. I know that our group plans to get to Vail in February, and we'll probably leave about $20,000 there based upon what we've spent in the past. May as well as earn some of that back in the price of the stock
All ETP will have to do is sit on their hands for the next few weeks and put a bid in at 24% or so lower than the stock is now. Why can't these shares go back up north of $70/?
I either believe the shares will be about $69.63 at the end of September, or that the dividend will increase to $.80 a share the next time around. Can't make up my mind which would be better.
This is a slow growth company, but I I made a $100 bet with my broker that it'll hit $82 by July 4th. I'll see what happens, but if I lose, I will only buy more keeping in mind Cramer's old saw that a $80 stick will grow to be a $100 stock in 12 months.
The divi is not being increased, the stock price is going nowhere, the NAV has gone done - What does this mean to the board?
What is the board going to do about the RO - exercise orignore?
This is not the appropriate spot, but all my Word documents just became Office documents on their own - is this just a way for MSFT to get some additional cash flow (to make me buy the Office package)?
I want my Word documents back !!!!!