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fourdint 2 posts  |  Last Activity: Nov 14, 2014 9:06 PM Member since: Jan 9, 2011
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    I think some must of gotten burned on this stock

    by kar26dav Nov 10, 2014 6:31 PM
    fourdint fourdint Nov 14, 2014 9:06 PM Flag

    You might be surprised, or perhaps not, that the people that bought into this 10 years ago felt much the way, except it wasn't a penny stock back then. Back then it was a $10 stock with visions of going to $100. I don't think anyone can argue the merits of liquid metal, it's truly an amazing material/technology ... but reality is, as it's history has show, it takes more then just being a great and amazing material. Yes it would be nice to see it back over $10 again, and yes I believe it could, but it's going to take a special someone/board to put it all together and make that happen. Hence, the hope is, with a promising management that it now has, that it can be managed and marketed so as to live up to everyone's expectations. I don't think you can put a time frame on it ... many have already been waiting over 10 years for that to happen, so we just have to hope the right people are now on board to transform it into reality we all envision it to be.

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    X-Dividend tomorrow

    by fav_for_08 Sep 10, 2014 7:28 PM
    fourdint fourdint Sep 17, 2014 12:13 AM Flag

    I assume you are buying the dips and selling before div and thus talking short term capital gains ... if so, both the div and the gain would be treated the same = ordinary income (except in case where part of the div is actually a return of investment). In selling there's brokerage fees, so if you are taking the div as capital gains (assuming they are equal amounts) there really is no advantage, rather a disavantage due to commissions. That isn't to say your capital gains is in excess of the div would be which is nice, but which isn't "taking the div as capital gains" -- it a pure capital gains play -- just calling it what it is. :)

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