not sure. could be weak results ahead of the call. I'm mildly concerned, but wouldn't dream of selling. I've owned this through the years and only wished I bought more when the outlook seemed less than stellar.
A good investor buys quality stocks when their at 52 week lows, not 52 week highs, but the operative word is "quality" which I think Rogers is.
If we split this country in two, you could keep all your socialist welfare,secular,godless, LBGT, illegals, drugs and political correctness to yourselves. We meanwhile, would be happy, god fearing, fruitful and industrious, while all of you would be either in therapy.
I'd be first in line to secede.
this market is in trouble
I'm putting in 10 year treasuries. Unlike many of you I know when a good thing is coming to an end.
I've seen you trolling around a variety of boards with really nothing to say save for throwing out insults and bragging about your trading acumen.
You should look in the mirror, as it is posters like YOU who ruin these message boards.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Buying quality dividend stocks at or near the 52 week low is a key tenet in value investing.
Selling calls or part of your position is the corollary at 52 week highs. It is my intention to do so if and when the stock reaches $39.
From the sound of your message, it sounds like you should stick with mutual funds if this confuses you.
So many on the east coast want to get out of here. I have 9 inches of snow in my backyard. In years past, 40-45 degrees, just doesn't get people moving
sure, the sign out front saying "protected by comcast" is really going to inspire confidence.
I could see it now, someone breaking into a house but the call gets sent to an auto attendant hellhole.
Here is what to keep in mind:
1) Bill Gross personally manages this closed end
2) Bill Gross owns a large slug of these shares
3) He periodically continues to add to these holdings in the 17's
I'd stick with Suncor even though its a dog. I say this under the assumption that the institutional investors who have been patiently waiting for SU to make them some money finally get agitated and take matters into their own hands.
As Charlie Maxwell has pointed out many times, SU is not only the biggest and best name in Canadian tar sands but has arguably the largest oil reserves base in North America at nearly 27 billion bbls
Last year BP paid out £10 billion in dividends, accounting for £1 out of every £7 paid out in dividends by FTSE 100 companies.
9) The most important company in the U.K to millions of pensioners as well as hundreds of thousands present and former BP pensioners.
I agree. refined sugar has been around a long time, but the diabetes epidemic is of the last twenty years. I think it's pretty clear its coming from HFCS. When I was a kid, virtually everything had refined sugar, whereas today, most foods are sweetened with HFCS.
If some scientist(s) determine HFCS is a trigger for diabetes and a known factor for obesity irrespective of calorie, the sugar industry will explode.
As such, I think being in sugar is a good LT investment.
I would not sell here. I think the valuation is still pretty attractive for what is arguably the greatest and most important content/entertainment provider in the world.
I'll admit with being anxious if we see $80 though, either way, I'm not selling.