That was before my investing days ever began, I have been watching MNDZ, believe that sticker is right, which split from Kraft, never did buy. Ackman was a big holder, He took the profit & they have been lagging since, nice move back up today though, looks like it might be good for trading instead of an investment.
It`s amazing how one good winner can provide a life time for investing, mine is YUM Brands, which was Tricon Global, which split from Pepsi-Co. My Father bought me this in 2002. I wouldn`t recommend it now, but still hold 600 shares.
Wish I had bought more on the down-low, if the opportunity presents itself again I will, but I hope it will not happen now, hoping for better days ahead for Oil & Gas, waiting patiently. Appreciate the heads up on the K-1, that`s more of an incentive to add more, I`m an investor, not a trader.
CEO buying more, I say this will get back to $12.00 a share, He picked up the divi. on His new shares, maybe he will hold them.
B.J., I ran through the Co. holding on their home page & Camelbac is not there, after You mentioned it I did remember it being sold, I bet they made a nice profit to let it go. Seems all the insider buying is raising some well needed attention to CODI. Some analyst have raised the price target to $18.00 with buy & strong buy ratings also, maybe we will finally get the increase on the distribution, time will tell. Best to You, Roger, & all.
What I was meaning is with the furniture business being sold & behind us, I thought CODI would be doing better. I still believe Camelbac & Ergobaby will bring better days .
I`ve got to say if You had bought HEP on Jan. 21 of 16, You could sell now with over a grand profit, I`d say that`s pretty exciting.
Sad to say because I was once a proud holder of CLMT, I think it`s just the move in Oil trending higher that`s giving us the lift, but I hope You are right. Better management & better oil prices can pick this Co.back up again.
I hope You are right, down almost $10.00 a share from my buy-in, gotta hope for a turn-around, sooner better than later.
Anyone who has invested in RAI has not lost any capital-initial investment-, this Co. has split since I bought into it, plus share price has increased. We may be seeing some adjustment timing right now, in due time I believe we will see earnings continue to increase
Looks like CODI would have been worse off if not for FOXF . I thought we would have been better off being sold out of the furniture business, oh well, I`m still staying, as mentioned earlier, spring time should bring in more profits.
Cramer said Sue Smith-I don`t know her-just gave RAI the pass over, went positive with PMI, MO, & VGR. We`re still holding @ $50.00 plus, but look out for a drop back to $48.00. I`m holding regardless.
Seven out of Twelve Wall Street Analyst rate it a buy with a price target of $6.90, still a little more room to move higher, hope it does.
Well CODI is not moving up as much as i would have thought, didn`t meet expectations as I thought they would, FOX did beat, could have been worse, one of two out of 31 holdings in the green today by one penny, hopefully better days are ahead, summer time will bring the people back out, good for Fox & Ergo-baby, surely figured Gun Safes would have been a big item for this past quarter, guess not.
How do You play Oil, if I may ask? I`m into E&P, Refiners, & Mid-streams, big time down in everything, looking at CEQP for a shale comeback investment, Oil dropped back out today after a good run.
That`s a good question for your CPA, I haven`t took advantage of checking in on this myself, seems to me a loss is a loss, regardless.
I know You are an inquisitive trader, may I ask, are You looking for a quick buck here or a long term investment? I think shale players need more higher prices-stable- to get back into the game, they are getting better, but still to early just yet, everyone wants to get in on the bottom.
JMI is not the only reit to suffer in the past year as You have pointed out, 2016 is showing already to be a better year, just wish we could have a little more time for a better deal, I`m gonna stick around & see what is worked out in the long-run.