I don't know if that is new, but I don't remember them ever having a regular dividend policy. That being said, they never hesitated to distribute cash to shareholders. It is just that they do it when and as often as they see appropriate.
I have been following this stock for eons. It isn't unusual for insane price drops and spikes. There are also extended period when the stock seems to be in favor or out of favor. With that brings opportunity.
I agree with your sentiment and unfortunately it is going in the wrong direction. At this point it might be a good thing as I may average down at these prices.
Usually this hasn't meant much for companies that I have owned in the past but thought I would through that out there.
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I never understood the stampede of companies that rushed over to China to build build plants or have their products manufactured there. Often intellectual property and designs were stolen. Un-authorized copies of products hit the market. Often, companies lost total control over their product as changes were made in components and the design without approval or notification. This doesn't even include the political risk to which you allude.
I was in EEI some time ago. They didn't seem like they were getting anywhere fast. Maybe they got their act together now.
Thanks for your views and the nice summary. I was most impressed in the way SPAN has become a bed company rather than just a support surface company. The acquisition is paying off and they did a great job with integrating it into the company. Once again, they are adding greatly to shareholder value with the recent buy back. I can see another special dividend or acquisition sometime in the future if they continue to accumulate cash as they did in the past.
Yes a very strong report. Did you catch the call? Anything of interest. I have to wait for the replay.
Anybody hear the CC. I logged in before 10 am and the website said I was too early and I saw it listed with a 11 am start to the contrary of the earnings release. I log back in at 11 am and it says it is being archived.
It doesn't make sense to me either. Maybe it might make "cents" if you successfully buy on the dips.
I thought the report was good in the fact that with all the transactions there were no surprises.
Wow! It should be much higher from where it is now. On the conference call, management was very optimistic through 2017.
The company missed by 0.01 with earnings of -0.02 versus -0.01. Most of the losses were due to taxes. While disappointing, it doesn't seem terrible and I bet some of that was already in the stock price with the recent price weakness before earnings.
4:53 pm CareTrust REIT beats by $0.01, beats on revs (CTRE):
Reports Q3 (Sep) funds from operations of $0.20 per share, excluding non-recurring items, $0.01 better than the Capital IQ Consensus of $0.19; revenues rose 13.0% year/year to $17.95 mln vs the $17 mln Capital IQ Consensus.
I don't know about that. When MVIS was mentioned some time ago on this board it was only selling for $2 bucks and now it is $2.60. That doesn't sound bad to me.
Barney does a great job at trading. I am somewhat a different investor and have a longer outlook. I also got in somewhat later so I have been trying to increase my modest holding on the dips and have been successful at doing so a couple of times on the way up. No worries.