Looks to benefit all sorts of companies including HEP which is a TRANSPORT company:
Spammer... OK, who gave him a thumbs up?! lol
And on that note, a ST view that also makes bob happy:
And in the meantime 1- 2% annually is OK, beats miserable interest rates...
MA2k x 3! Yeah quite a run since the naysaying, seemed like LII was approaching 40. Higher highs and higher lows. And where's that goofy chick? lol
"Cannot figure out how can this stock take on so much bad news."
Good point. 'They' just keep buying the dips post-bad news, not rapidly enough to stay up with the market in general but back up nonetheless. I figure it's gotta be either the strength of speculation in this bubbly bull market or underlying accumulation by institutions. Hmmm, the latter makes me wonder what the M&A-genre funds are doing in regards to MSI?
And of course there was the ol' analog vs. digital mistake further back in time, remember NAMPS? Ah those frightening town hall pie charts dominated by Nokia.
Motorola has done a wonderful job over the decades of wasting time, money, and resources (us!).
There was a little bump when they spit out the earnings date, maybe a relief of no negative pre-announcement. And now a div increase.
Three strikes and you're out indicator:
No. He'll never go long until there's deep value. Anything about him capitulating/contrarian-long is just nonsense as he's value-oriented. The market results yesterday were somewhat in the noise as far as losses and the Naz was almost flat. But I agree there shouldn't have been a loss, let alone 3 cents.
What's funny is that in his recent WMCs he claims "disabling fair-market accounting disclosure" was the cure (i.e. in claiming that it wasn't QE).
What really bothers me is that he states that 'market action' is a fair part of the algorithm. I don't see it, seems the fund would at least be flat now if that were the case. Or by the time he's satisfied with market action he doesn't like the value any more. When the market capitulated on the last bear he wasn't satisfied with the volume (which if I recall correctly was 3-4x avg.).
Semis got hammered. But crazy nonetheless on a generally flattish day. New low?
Yeah I read those WMCs promptly back then, he had me glued to the tube and unfortunately scared of the market; didn't help the [my confidence] fact that the fund did great on the market nose dive. Then his early bullishness quickly wiped out those gains as the market resumed its dive. And his return to bearishness became a weekly rant against the Fed's action, how it would be crippling, and (IMO) how they should do it 'my' way (remember Property Appreciation Rights/PARs?).