Just for the record! Story about shutdown was featured in this morning's newspaper here in Phoenix. I read it about 6 AM local time which was plenty of time for it to affect Inel's market price on 1/14/14. In light of what the price did on Tuesday, maybe they should mothball another facility.
Why not?---I am retired and get a W-2 every year for the life insurance policy I still have with my former company. Granted that there is no premium but you are probably getting coverage much larger than you can get otherwise for the amount of money you are paying.
Somebody has to pay for subsidized health insurance and the government needs more money. Likewise, the minimum rate on medical expenses are rising to 10% from 71/2% before you can use them as a deduction if you itemize.
I understand your reasoning but could this be a replay of the Avon story?
Very similar story. Avon has had a nice bounce since dividend was slashed which was long overdue.
If the newspaper reports are to be believed about the salaries earned by clerks in the ILA on the west coast, not to mention fringe benefits, then unions do present a threat to the economy.
Simply, they are way overpaid- way overpaid.
You may want to think about split by looking at what happened at Sara Lee.
No big deal for the stockholder since split.
Granted, a different company so things may work out in the long run but maybe not
Has anyone heard anything about what dividend this stock will pay when the dust settles. I can't believe it w/b $2.30 which is shown on the Yahoo quote screen.
Also, same question for DEMBF or whatever it's called.
Looks like another hosing from Sara Lee management.
I would appreciate it if somebody would clarify dividend info for me as regards SFL.
My account was credited with a dividend of $90.00 on 3/28/12 for the 300 shares that I own.
In looking back at previous dividends I found I was credited with $117.00 for the last 3 quarters of 2011.
Has the dividend been cut or am I missing something?
Any help w/b appreciated.
Is the security WPC just common stock of the WP Carey Co. or is it something else?
I bought 300 shares in Dec. 2010 and received the declared dividend in mid January but I now have received tax data from the company(k-1 forms) indicating this is a partnership.
It is held in a Vanguard IRA account and they were no help asto exactly what WPC is.
Can anyone please help?