Obsessing over day-to-day investment noise is never useful, and more importantly is often stressful and a massive waste of time.
The tough thing in a case like that is deciding whether to keep the new shares or dump them. It's happened to me before and I sold the new shares and never looked back because they weren't the core investment I had initially chosen.
You're both clueless AND illiterate, with the conceptual and writing abilities of a slow five year old: ("bran damage") ("the worse president") ("seventy year's"). Sad, but typical of conservative haters.
Right......because analyst price targets aren't wild predictions and guesses, they're actually commands that the market is legally required to obey, LOL!
Friday's action is a good indicator of why technical analysis is unadulterated BS. Company-specific, sector-specific and global events are what move stocks, and those things are all unpredictable, as in, "can not be predicted."
LOL, I guess you don't know how to read the "Insider Transactions" section of Yahoo Finance, buddy. These guys are loading up.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
"Irrational" is the only way securities get mispriced, and mispriced securities (to echo Buffett's logic) are the only way an individual investor can even hope to do better than index funds.
That fund's portfolio is a horror show of asset-backed securities and junk bonds, two categories that crashed and burned big time in the 2008 market meltdown. I wouldn't touch it with a ten foot pole made of 24 carat gold.
Also, gasoline prices rise to accommodate higher oil prices, so no worries there. You can have crack spread heaven at any point in the oil inflation/deflation cycle.
And also.....this security isn't about making a killing on its rising share price (although appreciation is in order as I find the shares currently undervalued). Rather, this is a cash machine paying out more than you'll ever get from a traditional public company which hoards or misuses most of its profits while passing on a pittance to shareholders..