Nice try to avoid the question...I repeat... Have you missed the rally THIS YEAR in stocks? Ask yourself why you missed it.
--- Have you missed the rally this year in bonds? ----
Have you missed the rally this year in stocks?Ask yourself why you missed it.
Wow finally! Made it by the skin of its teeth but volume was not that good. Now lets see if those teeth can sink in and hold onto this gain tomorrow.
How many attempts will it take for NKE to close above 80 and finally break out past the 52week high? Today looks promising but the volume is just not there.
BKW is running away to.... wait for it... yes... Canada of all places haha
@@@@@Burger King may buy Canada’s Tim Hortons to cut its taxes By Liz Hoffman and Dana Mattioli Published: Aug 24, 2014 9:34 p.m. ET Deal would be structured as a so-called ‘tax inversion’ and move Burger King’s tax base to Canada, sources say.
They should have purchased BeOS a few years ago and built on that. They would have had a killer OS to fight the big boys.
You win first prize
@@@@An earthquake of 6.0 magnitude, the largest in the region for 25 years, shook the San Francisco Bay Area early on Sunday, waking residents and causing some power outages and minor damage, according to initial reports.
---- Also, the hedges that are in place for 2015 are at a lower price than 2014. So income in 2015 looks problematic.----
Huh? The hedges I see listed in the Q2 report are mostly at higher prices than those for 2014, not lower. Here's the gas derivatives. Same goes for the oil hedges.
Natural Gas Contracts
Swap Jan 1, 2014 - Dec 31, 2014 $3.55 CDN$ GJ 1,500 GJ/d $ (199) $ (86)
Swap Jan 1, 2014 - Dec 31, 2014 $3.555 CDN$ GJ 5,000 GJ/d (679) (264)
Swap Jan 1, 2014 - Dec 31, 2014 $3.575 CDN$ GJ 6,250 GJ/d (825) (284)
Swap Jan 1, 2014 - Dec 31, 2014 $3.59 CDN$ GJ 5,000 GJ/d (647) (177)
Swap Jan 1, 2014 - Dec 31, 2014 $3.6075 CDN$ GJ 3,000 GJ/d (378) (87)
Swap Jan 1, 2014 - Dec 31, 2014 $3.64 CDN$ GJ 2,000 GJ/d (240) (34)
Swap Jan 1, 2014 - Dec 31, 2014 $3.71 CDN$ GJ 2,000 GJ/d (215) 7
Swap Jan 1, 2015 - Mar 31, 2015 $3.7625 CDN$ GJ 2,000 GJ/d (111) (17)
Swap Jan 1, 2015 - Mar 31, 2015 $4.10 CDN$ GJ 3,000 GJ/d (76) -
Swap Jan 1, 2015 - Mar 31, 2015 $4.14 CDN$ GJ 2,000 GJ/d (44) -
Swap Jan 1, 2015 - Jun 30, 2015 $4.2025 CDN$ GJ 3,000 GJ/d 110 -
Put Jan 1, 2014 - Dec 31, 2014 $3.40 CDN$ GJ 2,000 GJ/d (69) (58)
Hey dude, I admitted you are right. What more do you want? Jeez, talk about having a chip on your shoulder.
Indeed you are correct. Thanks for the post. PS: I don't refuse to recognize anything... it is simply that this matter is not all that important to me so I don't care to read about it in detail.
--- It's not the record date that determines who gets the dividend, it's the ex-date.---
Sheer nonsense. You have it completely backwards. It is precisely the Record Date that determines eligibility. The company looks to its Shareholder Register on the Record Date to identify the shareholders who will receive the divie. The ex-date is related to how long it takes for exchanges to process stock transactions (clearing and settlement).
If you are NOT REGISTERED in the company ledger on the Record Date, you are NOT eligible to receive the dividend, plain and simple. That 'due bill' you chose to emphasize the importance of is obviously a mechanism to ensure that the divie is addressed in the name of the shareholder on the Record Date, and not the holder of the ADR on the day of the AGM (the conditional date).
SEC ---- When a company declares a dividend, it sets a record date when you must be on the company's books as a shareholder to receive the dividend. Companies also use this date to determine who is sent proxy statements, financial reports, and other information. Once the company sets the record date, the stock exchanges or the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc. fix the ex-dividend date. The ex-dividend date is normally set for stocks two business days before the record date.
What shorts? How about a link to your post where you stated your short entry? BTW are you short GMCR too?
Why? Because, the RECORD date is IDENTICAL for both the US-ADR and LSE-listed stocks. If you are not the ADR shareholder of record on Aug 15 you are not entitled to receive the dividend. So in effect both have the same ex-dividend date... it's simply that the ADR divie is 'conditional/' on approval at the AGM and payment is delayed until such time. Refer to the information below from Citi Depositary Receipt Services
Depositary Notice to Holders of American Depositary Shares
evidenced by American Depositary Receipts of Diageo plc –
ADR Record Date August 15, 2014
ADR Payment Date October 7, 2014
Date: August 11, 2014
Diageo plc has declared a dividend payable on October 7, 2014 to holders of record August 15, 2014.
Please note that payment of this dividend is subject to shareholder approval at Diageo’s Annual General Meeting scheduled for September 18, 2014. The New York Stock Exchange has announced that Diageo American Depositary Shares will carry due bills from August 13, 2014 through September 19, 2014 pending approval of the dividend at the Company’s Annual Meeting. Please be advised that any issuances processed during this period will be settled via DWAC.
I don't see this $10.8M you allude to listed as a line item anywhere in the table of the 8K filing that shows the Reconciliation of GAAP to Non-GAAP Results of Operations and Cash Flows.
---The $10.8 million in damages that was awarded to AZPN has been accounted for as revenue in AZPN's 4th quarter that ended on 30 June 2014. Back out this revenue for the lawsuit settlement, AZPN NON GAP earnings crater by over 10 cents per share.----
And as far as non-gaap and gaap reporting, you are nuts. Maybe you can point out some large hi-tech firms that don't report this way? MSFT, CSCO, ORCL, AMAT, SNDK, (and probably a zillion others) sure do.
----ME: All high tech companies (and many non high-tech ones) post non-gaap alongside gaap results YOU: You are dead wrong.-----
Yeah whatever.... for any credibility you have to post both your entry and exit points real-time, not after the stock price has already moved..