And thats only if we get back to $45. Thats a long way from $30.92. If it takes another 7 years to get to $45., Then I will have owned this for 20 years and made nothing (although dividends help). I never would have believed that I could have a child born, off to kindergarten, jr. high prom, high school graduation, off to college & married, held PFE all that time and not have made a penny on Pfizer. Truly one of the worst investments.
Bill Gates has 50 billion, Warren Buffet has 50 billion & I "plan" on having 40 billion, so invest in me. HAHA. SWRL may have "plans" , but that does not translate to stores. Even if it did, its a fad that will suffer the same fate as Blockbuster video. Expand rapidly then close shop.
No, frozen yogurt places are not popping up all over the place due to demand. They are mostly empty whenever I go or drive by. They are popping up all all over the place because the barrier to entry is very low, owners think its the next big thing. Its simple to operate, but no volume. Just like the VHS rental business back in the 70's. Hundreds opened by tons of Mom & Pop's, then out of business. No offense, but you seem to have multiple log-in names and appear to own or be related to people connected to this U-Swirl thing. It wreaks of spam.
I'm sneezing at it. My son also has a free stock news letter with many upgrades. He will be posting more on Monday when I get him off the bus (3rd grade). Don't miss out, free alerts.
Frozen yogurt places are popping up every 500' here in NJ. They are a dime a dozen, nothing unique. Vanilla is vanilla. This fad will peter out. People need to eat healthy sandwiches every day. No one needs frozen yogurt. These yogurt places are empty up North from Oct. - May. I eat sandwiches every day, frozen yogurt once every 4 months.
Actually, the sandwiches and prices are very good. However, looking at a chart and the high P/E combined with Sept. & Oct. historically being the worst months of the year for stocks makes this a great short opportunity. Cover some time in late October at around $158 and go long
Their lease prices are not under pressure, but in a rising rate environment, their cost to borrow increases, possibly leaving less cash to distribute in the form of a dividend.
Good point. With the two worst months of the year coming (Sept. & Oct.) plus Bernanke soon to announce taper, this could go sub $11 before turning around in November.
Just bought half of my contemplated position @ 12.65. Seems like a very good price when compared to what insiders have been paying. If it goes lower this week, I'll buy the other half.
WOW. With the amount that MSFT loss in 8 hours, Detroit could have paid off 50 years of debt, in full and made good on all pension obligations. Mind boggling how bad MSFT is. Shame
As soon as you lose $10.00 per share you qualify for the 25 cent distribution. Run now, ask questions later.
At negative 20% every day, this will be trading at zero by Mon. or Tues. 5 years worth of distributions gone in 2 days. We may be better off investing with Madoff. Awful, just awful.
ayscuew...every year or two NRP reverts back to $17 - $17.50. Thats your entry point, be patient. This is actually a positive event for new investors and an opportunity to add for existing unit holders.
PNRA growing faster than CBRL, hence the higher multiple. I'm not knocking CBRL, I love the dividend vs. PNRA, but just saying.