They seem to prefer Thursdays so maybe Feb 11th after 11 AM.
My guesstimate is .032/share or .128 for the year or about 7% more than last year.
RBA auction Friday 5th has a D9N - need to push around a little dirt in your veggie garden? Or bury an annoying neighbors car? :-)
Saw an interesting article about millennials habits - in summary they would rather do things than buy things. For example go to a movie instead of waiting and buying the DVD.
Just a word of caution - a good deal of the PM rise the last two days has been USD extreme weakness - down 4% vs CAD in two days. If employment report this AM is good, will revive talk of more interest rate rises this year and dollar will resume upward march.
Anyway enjoy $7 - good call. I think we will see $6.25 before $7.75.
If you like "utility like" stock try AWK. Behaves like a utility but can also grow through acquisition. Bring up AWK chart, overlay S&P and look at any time interval from 1 day to MAX.
Yes, sometimes just looking around provides great opportunity. I remember walking into a newly opened HD many many years ago and the handyman part of my brain said "Wow, this is great - no more running around to 4 diff stores for a project" Unfortunately the investment part of my brain was asleep.
Been in since 2009 starting at .44 Now have 132K. I wonder if the family will sell out - there is good chance cap gains rate will go up from the current 15%. This is a window of opportunity they may not see again. Meanwhile just collecting about $2500/qtr div.
Before retiring I worked in midtown NY. Fully half the vehicle were taxis. What they need a are some good people movers that travel faster than the airport ones. Ever read Heinlein's "The Roads Must Roll"?
Interesting company I follow is RBA. Largest auctioneer of heavy equipment. In good times they get high prices for used equipment as supplies are tight. In bad times they make their money in volume as companies sell off their unneeded equipment. Hss been hurt by low interest rates as it makes it cheaper fo companies to hold on to idle equipment. Their auctions are on-line and fun to watch. rbauction D C
" If this is such a hot industry and this is the primo Lithium mining stock"
Maybe because it has never produced an ounce of Li yet? It is not the primo Li stock - many well established, well funded competitors including ABL located just north of the (slightly closer to TSLA) and tapping the saem Li brine resource. HMGLF future depends on success of new Li extraction process (now in lab testing) , what their cost to produce will be and how much money (and financings) it will take to build production size facility.
Doesn't really matter. What is important is how the market values each one. At the open, your total VALUE will be the same then market will decide. You then will have the choice to sell both or either.
And also 1-2 passenger mini-smart movers that can link up , travel on highways and peel off as required. They may have their own AV/EV lane. A fifteen foot car to carry 1 or 2 people is crazy.
I hope they understand that they have to sell transportation and mobility not cars. Although they now seem to be on board, Uber and lyft IMO caught them if not sleeping, at least napping. The developing world will not embrace cars the way US and Europe have. IMO even China may have second thoughts about individually owned and operated cars. Cities are the place of the future and cars and cities do not mix well. The big auto companies need to develop and sell distributed public transportation vehicles - 10-12 seat , networked algorithmically controlled swarms summoned by the user. And since any one can return for charging without degrading the overall swarm capability they will be EV for sure.
Although sometimes I can't decipher the full meaning of your posts, I do agree that asking Why is the crucial step. With Pd everyone gives the reasons why it should be much higher. But it isn't so the obvious question is "why?" That requires thought beyond what everyone is saying. Are the premises wrong? Are the implications wrong? If A implies B, and you (believe A) is true) and it appears B is not, then the premises may be wrong or the mechanism of the implication is wrong or maybe both.
As for BDIY until China once again goes on a resource import binge (especially iron ore) I would not go near any dry shipping company stock (like DRYS).
" and more theory than anything else."
For that matter statements about anything starting tomorrow is theory. If you have hard numbers that is the past. There is value in trying to decide coming trends by observing the behavior of large groups of people (ask Hari Seldon!). Spotting a trend before the rest of the world catches on is where the big bucks are made or disasters avoided.
Stille believe ICE has peaked. And "now" is in the next decade. :-)
Pd seems to be struggled with 500 resistance. I think China is going to be the surprise leader in EV sales. ALready they sell more than Tesla and growing fast.