No, it will be over 40. If you watch this stock long enough, that's what happens - nothing has changed.
Kroger is a good investment. Whole Foods is good too, but it does get slammed every once in a while. It is not done, but a good play now to invest. Buy good companies at discounted prices, WFM is one of them now.
My other opinion, take profits when you get them, don't hold forever, please.
Hi Archie Bunker, things never change. Things never change because people cherish their belief systems (right or left) and never really identify why one believes in one way or another. It is difficult to change because it may bring things up that was never intended, which could shake your worldview. It is easier to believe what you believe, it is safe and comfortable. Hey Archie, how's those commies and pre-verts
Patience - everyone is a hurry when it comes to investing. It is not magic nor is it easy.
Your post bothers me because it is one sentence with nothing. Nothing to offer. I think what is a scam is your post, not the market.
I wouldn't sell Apple. If I had the money I would buy more. People buy and sell based on what they want to do. Why are they in Apple in the first place? Is there an exit strategy or just hold on for years and see where it takes them? Apple has great fundamentals, so you wouldn't sell for that reason, unless you think that their has been a change or you have a better place to put your money? Fear moves stocks as well. Some profit from fear and many don't and follow the herd. Just hold Apple and don't worry.
Why not? Believe it or not, that is an intelligent response. Are you in peoples heads to determine why one sells or buys at any given point? It is a LONG game Biggest, relax.
You obviously do not understand how things work. Learn the market a little more and get some experience, then we can talk. Advice: you must have patience with stocks, doesn't matter which company you are talking about. I can't speak for gamblers, they have another credo. Stocks are a LONG game that needs to be played out over years.
At least from a short term view of things. To me, Nokia is a work in progress and you can't based your investment future on this earnings report. You got to look at least 3 years in the future and is NOK and soon ALU combination, be able to bring this company to the next level, whether that is in technology, sales/marketing and stock price. In other words, is NOK laying the proper foundation now and the near future to succeed in 3- 5yrs? I'm more interested in the foundation than this or next earnings report. Maybe the earnings conference call will go over that a little more.
Imagine Netflix buying, Wow - I might as well retire next year. It seems to look good on the surface, but does it make sense from Netflix's point of view? Any opinion Board?
Ditto for me. I got the 20% down payment, but need more to pay for health benefits, which will be $1300 a month in NC.
Navteq deal was the old company, but things have changed, with all new people in leadership. You got to know when to discard and move on. Like investing, you don't keep holding stocks forever, you got to know to take profits or if you have a weak stock, but you bought high, you got to know when to release it. The market is the market and you got to move with it or you are left behind. Suri and his Team are smart. It is better to have over $2B then not to have it, if it doesn't fit in to what you are doing now or in the future.
But that depends on how you view investing, which is very personal. If you are truly a Long, I wouldn't worry about it and buy some. A TRUE Long would have bought yesterday morning, if you had the money.