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fuzzhead72 7 posts  |  Last Activity: Mar 24, 2015 4:57 PM Member since: Dec 18, 1999
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  • I am so glad that WLL decided to temporarily shore things up like this for a couple of years, rather than accepting a bad offer to sell the company. Sure, I don't love the stock plunge, but we are pretty much back to where I bought back in January. If oil goes back up over the next couple of years, they can then get a much, much better deal for the company.

    I was really afraid that this would turn into another "Century 21" stock. I invested in that, and then it was taken private. I didn't really lose anything, but the private company ended up making all of the profits that I was hoping to get long term.

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    Disney stock split coming?

    by fuzzhead72 Mar 12, 2015 4:51 PM
    fuzzhead72 fuzzhead72 Mar 12, 2015 5:11 PM Flag

    My guess December 2015.

  • With the Marvel, Star Wars and Frozen money continuing to pour in, I think that it is looking more and more likely that a stock split is in the future. Anyone care to guess the month that it occurs?

  • If Disney stock powers up over the $110 mark, what do you think the chances are of a stock split in the next year or so? I think it has been about 17 years since the last one. Looking at past splits, it seems that they like to put it back down in the ~$35-$45 range.

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    Why so expensive?

    by atruthbomb Feb 12, 2015 1:04 PM
    fuzzhead72 fuzzhead72 Feb 12, 2015 4:53 PM Flag

    Because they bought Marvel, which was a very smart decision for them.

  • I finally tracked down my original purchase of AAMRQ shares. I bought:
    364 shares AAMRQ Oct. 31 2013 $7.37 each $2,685.63 total
    181 shares AAMRQ Nov. 4 2013 $9.69 each $1,756.84 total
    545 total shares of AAMRQ for a grand total of $4,442.47
    (this is from what we had in our car fund account)

    If I am wanting to figure out my cost basis for AAL shares, am I doing it correctly by looking to see how many shares of AAL were ultimately distributed to my account, then dividing my original cost of $4,442.47 by that many AAL shares? Thanks for helping me double check this.

  • I finally tracked down my original purchase of AAMRQ shares. I bought:
    364 shares AAMRQ Oct. 31 2013 $7.37 each $2,685.63 total
    181 shares AAMRQ Nov. 4 2013 $9.69 each $1,756.84 total
    545 total shares of AAMRQ for a grand total of $4,442.47
    (this is from what we had in our car fund account)

    If I am wanting to figure out my cost basis for AAL shares, am I doing it correctly by looking to see how many shares of AAL were ultimately distributed to my account, then dividing my original cost of $4,442.47 by that many AAL shares? Thanks for helping me double check this.