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bully4u2 8 posts  |  Last Activity: 52 minutes ago Member since: Jul 28, 1999
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  • bully4u2 bully4u2 52 minutes ago Flag

    Woodcock??? Sounds more like your name should be #$%$.

  • bully4u2 bully4u2 Dec 16, 2014 7:16 PM Flag

    If you look at a 5 year chart, you will see that 2013 was the only year the dividend declared in December was paid in December. For the preceding three years, it was paid in January., the same as happening now in 2014.

  • bully4u2 bully4u2 Dec 16, 2014 7:03 PM Flag

    35 million divided by today's close of $14.02 comes out to 2,496,343 shares. The 90 day average daily volume has been 76,972 shares. So, at today's closing price, they would be purchasing the equivalent of 32 trading day worth of volume.

    Volume started rising last Friday and hit a peak today with over 35,000 shares traded at 9:36 AM. Some large holder or an institution wants out, I suspect. They are doing it in a sloppy manner. Perhaps they are very fearful and wanting to get out soon, have little choice other than to sell at panic prices. I doubt someone would short this stock with such low daily volume. Then again, this entire market has been absolutely paranoid. BDCs, REITS and high yield bond stocks are being hammered.

    As to interest rates, I have to question how the Fed could raise rates when the rest of the world is lowering them. We need to see growth in Europe and China as well as some sort of recovery in Russia. If no growth in those areas, then I foresee our economy following them into the toilet.

  • Reply to

    What in the hell is going on here?

    by hhires Dec 16, 2014 9:59 AM
    bully4u2 bully4u2 Dec 16, 2014 11:04 AM Flag

    Yesterday and again today, there were two major share dumps (today was over 35,000 shares at 9:36 AM). Whoever is dumping those shares is doing it in a manner that immediately drives down the price per share as this stock only has an average daily volume of under 77,000 shares. So, that is a huge shock. The question remains as to whether that trader knows something that we do not know.

  • Reply to

    Huge Overreaction

    by pwratty2003 Nov 26, 2014 1:30 PM
    bully4u2 bully4u2 Nov 26, 2014 2:31 PM Flag

    I am a long term investor, and I do not panic and sell just because of bad news coming out on a stock. There was a time when I would act in haste, sell a holding and then live to see it bounce back. That being said, after much consideration, I decided to sell my 800 shares this morning.

    For the past several months I have held on to it, not expecting the price of oil to continue its drop, while at the same time having comfort in the CEO advising the dividend was safe through 2015. OK, so I decided to ride it out and at the same time collect the dividend.

    Something is seriously wrong here. For the CEO to go back on his word and completely eliminate the dividend, say to me that SDRL has major financial concerns. On top of that OPEC and other oil states do not appear willing to cut production. That being the case, it would seem probable that oil will continue its slide which is one more reason why SDRL stopped the dividend. Maybe I am wrong but folks, I believe there is trouble in River City with a capital T.

    So, I will take my losses, lick my wounds and at least have the comfort of knowing that I have stopped the bleeding.

  • Reply to

    OK, enough

    by xrepub Oct 30, 2014 1:01 PM
    bully4u2 bully4u2 Oct 30, 2014 4:11 PM Flag

    Thanks. I purchased more VALE today. Why would you sell at the bottom? You will regret selling here, and I suspect you will begin to feel that regret in the very near future.

  • Reply to

    Its the options market

    by cash.mccall Sep 19, 2014 12:20 PM
    bully4u2 bully4u2 Sep 19, 2014 4:24 PM Flag

    Alibaba (baba) opened at $92.70. It went up to around $99, then down to a low of $90. It closed at $93.89. The fact that its first closing price was about 38% higher than what it was "priced" at, bears little relationship to it trading price. Do you know anyone who bought it for $68 other than the institutions involved in the original pricing exercise? Everyone else buying it today paid at least $90, and most paid a good bit more.

    In my opinion, it did not do very well today. There was a huge pent up demand but there was little follow through. If I had to forecast, my bet would be that baba will sink lower than today's close over the coming weeks

  • Reply to

    did anyone see $12.23?

    by matrixtrade123 Sep 4, 2014 6:13 PM
    bully4u2 bully4u2 Sep 4, 2014 6:36 PM Flag

    Fidelity shows a low of $12,23 which does not make sense as the Fidelity daily chart shows a low of $12.81 just a few minutes before the close.

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