No one will believe freaks that post multiple times and have nothing to back up their thoughts.
You are on ignore!
I don't trust NTI to pay that divy without further SPO's
Refiners are very volatile in earnings, so I wonder how long the trend will continue.
The div has already been reduced since last one paid and the track record is very short. ( only two qtrs )
If you got in early, it's ok but you better have a stop loss.
Only 6.60 and two bucks a share in cash values this at about 4.80.
And no debt to offset that.
Not to mention an 80% chance of buyout or drug passing.FDA.
Seems so obvious!
by the big boys.
It seems to me that they are holding this stock level here at 33 for two days to take you out.
Even with the morning selloff this was not allowed to fall much.
Watch how they run this up on the last day.
I think you're wrong ,Ray
If you make 10k profit investing in a tax deferred 401k etc. you will eventually pay tax on that 10k., and your contribution.
If you make 10k in a Roth you pay nothing on the 10k profit, just your original contribution.
You must know that we have the lowest tax rates in many decades now.
Most everyone expects rates to climb down the road, which is why I did my conversion a couple years ago.
SeaDrill expects to increase its operating fleet by a minimum of 10 units in 2013, with four additional units each year in 2014 and 2015. The company said it expects a "material increase" in cash flow during the fourth quarter of 2013 when 11 new units will be in operation compared to fourth quarter 2012.
The risk to the company and its investors is that the debt the company bears hinges on continued demand for oil and drilling rigs. If the price of oil drops and exploration activity goes down with it, SeaDrill may not recoup the return on its investment. If that occurs, paying a dividend may be the least of its worries.