I used to use the Yahoo interactive chart to look at things like the dividends that had been paid and The 50 Day and 200 day moving average and a lot more. No that capability has been removed and I HATE IT!!!!! Yes, occasionally things were wrong there and you had to double check some of the numbers that did not make sense, but for the most part it was a simple way of getting information rather than doing a lot of research. I do not like the new format.
You'd stand a better chance with Lotto tickets than GTAT. Get what you can for it now. That is better than NOTHING and that is where this dog is headed. APPL is the only chance for this beast and that is a slim chance at best. The sourt would have to approve any rescue attempt now and GTAT has probably already tried that option.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
If the worlds biggest oil importer stops importing oil, what happens to the price? This should have been the first lesson in Econ 101. If demand falls dramatically what happens to the suppliers (at all levels). The strong survive or go on to something else until demand reappears at an economical level.
With SDRL's balance sheet and a CEO who wants to pay himself a dividend as he drives the company into the dirt (or ocean in this case) I give SDRL only a small chance at survival.
They only released $25B to the market. That means there is another $100B that is coming to market. Who's going to buy that? Small offering, big bank makes Jack a happy boy. But investors will be left holding the bag,
It is true and it does work. I was on insulin (4 shots or more a day and then the pump) for 30 years. I am a test patient and have not used insulin since the implant. This miracle will help millions one day and diabetes will be a curable disease instead of a treatable disease that ends up killing thousands every year from complications of this horrible disease. Everyone should be happy for this outcome. Not worried about profits.
I will look at them. Have to punish Fidelity for this error in judgement. Their rep said I had a Preferred account, but the allocation was all done by computer and they had no bank of shares to reallocate from. BS! They will not be happy to see me (and my money) go! I had a lot of cash parked in their mutual funds that will be gone next week,
W S is full of thieves. I have a multi-million dollar trading account with Fidelity wha was allocated considerable amount of shares. I did everything right in the open interest part of their request, and was allocated ZERO shares.
With about $22B in debt and losing about $1B a year servicing this debt I wonder how well D will function with the new massive projects they have planned? A small tick-up in interest rates could prove to be a major problem for D, in my opinion. What would happen to the great dividend then? I was looking at this as an investment, but after first look D seems to be getting over extended? Opinions from current investors?
Another possibility is for a Republican to be elected and the Keystone pipeline (and others) be competed and many the rail cars will become obsolete.
It would seem to me that if you lease an item and new regulations come along that require an upgrade due to changes in the regulations controlling these items then the responsibility for the upgrade should be that of the owner and not the lessee. But whatever the actual lease says will determine responsibility. There are probably a great deal of contracts to go through and they may have different lease terms. There may also be a clause that says changes to regulations during the lease may be the responsibility of the lessor (or some percentage may be added to the monthly rate to cover such costs. "You don't get what you deserve, you get what you negotiate" Chester Karrass. And who knows what they negotiated.
I have a small position in GSK and I made that position because of that steep decline and because of the dividend. Because of the further decline in principle for GSK the first year dividend has been wiped out. But if you are right about further increases in dividend values for US ADR's I think the rate of return is hard to pass up and will not be ignored long.