Obviously there's a piece of the puzzle that we're not aware of. Like you the story as I read it doesn't appear ominous. Why hasn't the other major new holder of RMR, HPT been hit? It's actually up today. Fortunately I only have 100 shares, otherwise I would be extremely concerned..
I too have Fidelity, but as of yet no KMI shares for my KMP. I had asked for as many KMI shares as possible. Perhaps that makes for a delay.
Blaming Obama for PWE's plight is bazaar at best. There's obviously a conflict at the top. Bursa is buying and Andrews selling at the ten dollar level. Andrews is a PE, Bursa is a lawyer, you figure? PWE's future is guarded at best.
I see a great many posters don't understand that PWE is a Canadian company. In particular when researching it on insider sites, one should use PWT not PWE. From the lengthy list of comments it seems some posters refused to learned something new. Canadian firms don't file form 4 with the SEC. Why would they?
The posters persistent optimism in the face of disaster hints that the bottom is quite a bit lower, probably at least down to the old all time low.
When key execs get unloaded in a flash, you can be sure there's something amiss, likely something shifty. It's obvious that the Street doesn't see this worth $20 and the Street has more credibility than some creationlist "book value" number. It looks like the buying of companies in the old days was somewhat akin to a Ponzi scheme.
That's SOP for all airlines with economy seats. On SW at least you can use the value of the ticket later. Of course for these poor kids that may not matter. SW will probably clear this up when they catch wind of it because it would be good PR.
WRE has been on the NYSE since at least 1970 and always raised or kept steady it's dividend. Today's cut was a real shock. Sold our immediately. Something is wrong here. Other REITs are prospering. Washington market is no worse than average.