Caesars is hype and debt.
LACO is a value stock.
The marketplace can be fooled, but only for so long, then they take matters into the invisible hand and fix ignorance and injustices like the $18 Bids Caesars once had - LOL!
So you must be real happy today at $29.68 CVRR? Buy till it hurts ? Borrow on your HELOC and then margin baby, right on ?@!
if you think GLD is your safe haven, go find the $1900+ per ounce bagholders convention
I laugh in your faces
don't forget the margin calls on your paper tiger -DUPES!
$40 ? CVRR is barely holding onto $30 and that is with a strong overall stock market. What happens to CVRR when this stock market takes a down day breather ? Why hasn't the yield story been effectively broadcast ?
GLD is a paper tiger. I laugh as the e-margin calls go out to GLD dupes nearly every day at 1PM.
Birthplace of democracy, and still losing money since!
Hard to believe this thing was once nearly $70 per share, back in late 2007.
You are asking the right question, but the audience here is very thick. They wouldn't know a krugerrand from a corn cob. As for miners, the risk profile is huge. Why not buy gold coins ? I hear the pawn shops are much more open to ...bids...these days as their gold and silver inventory value tanks. LOL
CVRR is a highly misunderstood security. Sometimes the market is #$%$. Anyone heard of tornado damage to CVRR locations in Oklahoma ?
I feel like E. Burdon of The Animals; Oh Lord Please Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood!
CVRR is a misunderstood stock
yielding 20% and yet most services show zero yield,
and it's not a depleting trust like many of these oil and gas wise guys like to spin off
SD was a $60 stock in 2008, so here we are in 2013 and SD is in the $5s. Now the spin off trusts are following the same trajectory. Because the trusts aren't 'managed' they at least have a chance to recover IF natural gas prices go way up, which they won't because of massive horizontal supply in the US.