Well, I got paid today. Something called dividends. LNKD can't do that, so its a no-go.
All you want in an IRA is yield (at reasonable risk, which is subjective to everyone). In a taxable account, you need to use the ROC figure given every year to reduce your average cost per share. And only report the non-ROC portion of the annual dividend paid as taxable. If you hold for a long time, its possible your average cost could be reduced to zero. In that case, all dividends paid throughout the year are taxed as long term cap gain (max 20% currently).
If you are using Yahoo information to evaluate whether to invest in EXG, ETV, or ETW, I suggest you change your focus to CEF Connect (among other changes that may benefit you.)
This company is a near monopoly, I used to work for one of the companies that got acquired some time back. I'd say at any price below 50, you could expect to see 60-70 in a year's time. Not much risk below 50 IMO.
Yep, $20-25 is the only entry range for this. And if you look at a long term chart, it went from 25 to 50 in less than 2 years I think. If it hits 50, it will definitely drop a lot. Personally, I'd rather own closed-end funds right now.
I would not think heggies or large holders are getting out. This name has run up over the last year, IMO, due to retail folks buying for the yield. Their hands are weak, and this forced them out. Buying this for cap gain is unwise. I hold 10000 shares, and I'm not selling. Someday those who sold will miss the monthly income.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
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Pretty much spot on analysis/commentary. There's no reason on this planet to own this stock. Me, I get paid 10% dividends on CEFs with monthly payout. Payday every 30 days.
Such a stupid comment. Ever wonder why CNBC just happened to come out and say that today? You have a lot to learn.