Exor was 12 in 2000, Exor was 2 in 2009, and Exor is 44 today with p/e of 30. Do you really want to support such a volatile stock. PRE goes up just about 10% a year and is conservatively managed. It is a money machine price should double every 7 years. AXS is the same. EXOr is a bet. Exor pays a less than 1% dividend.
AXS is really a no brainer.
oops EXOR not THOR. Note AXS is still massively undervalued. EXOR has already had its run and is uninvestible. Buy more AXS will windfall.
AXS Like RNR they love to buyback shares. AXS revenue per share is up 50% in 5 years. THOR is some company in Italy that owns Fiat. Dividend goes up every year too. Just a small american shareholder.
So if you buy the stock on the 29th of June, you don't settle until July 2nd. Thus the old owner gets the dividend since he technically was the owner on the ex-dividend date?
If the ex-date will be July 1--the date after the divvy is paid on June 30. Don't you have to be the shareholder of record. Thus the true ex-dividend date is June 28th? Thus you are Shareholder of record on June 30th?
Seems musk want to build a space network. While Verizon dumped its wired network to Frontier. You can get 2.5 gigs of 4g lte for $35 a month. Seems writing is on the wall. However, 10 years it might take for it to fall apart and you might come out ahead.
Normally shareholders get nothing! If you look at RSH, they had a lot of equity in real estate. The CEO borrowed more until the book value went to zero, chap 11, shareholders get nothing. It is amazing he was able to keep it opened this century and allow poor people to save. Read the reports they might turn it around.
You can only buy back debt when you have the money to buy back debt. If you listen to the conference call they said they would buy back debt at times. However, if you listen to the tone of the call is they are going all-in on sales.
Hope all activist and privite equity corporate raiders go rob their own companies. Private equity is the trash of America. The government loses tax revenue and the shareholder loses the value and dividend checks.
Sales tax is violence on the people to support above average State employee salaries. Most states operated fine with no inome or sales taxes. It is only when the employees wanted rockstar salaries and pensions did they add the taxes and probably reduced services.
Maybe test out a brick and mortar, where you fire all the staff and put the items behind glass with a piece of paper sku number and object I.D., then when you leave the store just pay for the items on your cell phone or redbox type kiosks, and then a couple days later your order is delivered to your home. Especially for your stores in Los Angeles and Seattle which recently bumped the minimum wage.
I would like to buy a large bowl of real mashed potatoes, and with a chunk of non-gmo butter in the middle. For some reason all fast food burgers now register by my brain as poison.
Also, "Yellowbook’s revenue grew from $38 million to over $2 billion, including digital revenue of $400 million."
Note the best thing is for dxm not to be raped by private equity, but to remain a public company as it will take much to turn the company around.
I would much rather have Walsh than the YP ceo.
You have the choice In-N-out or Habit? I will never eat at in-n-out because it is a private company and does not have stock holders.
Happy to see you can still be involved with yelp behind the scenes.
This may be tue but the new CEO came in November and seems to have tried to really shaken things up. View walshs lindk in page and you come to this fact. When he was the CEO of yellowbook.
"Yellowbook’s revenue doubled every two years for over a dozen years."
Also to add, people online want to see ratings and number of stars. It would be nice to pay for a print directory in my area of all the companies with yelp ratings above 4 stars. I would pay $20 for that in a yellow book format. I don't use the print becasue I always wonder hoe is the ompany going to recoup the cost of the print ad, the bigger the ad, the more likely they are going to rip you off.