the funny thing is the nature and quantity of their posts quickly show how nutty they are and people just ignore what they post. Notice that cookie monster has gone away the last few weeks.
boy do you need counseling and help. How many pennies do you get paid and who pays you for those laughable inane negative posts? They really don't accomplish anything, unless you really do get a few pennies
How are those 33 .6 or whatever they were short positions you said you were opening just a few weeks ago. haven't heard much about how much you put into that make believe venture. So inane
Too bad you didn't every buy or sell or own any. back to the Nintendo game in your mother's basement. Silly nit. Never mentions an upside. Always picks a totally meaningless factoid to post. I wonder how cookie monster big short at 33.6 or whatever he was boasting about just a few weeks ago is working out. That is pure fiction too
I do not know what a DIVIDENT is. Funny how that other nitwit treword77 uses the same word. what a lame pair
I disagree. A change every two years could be considered significant if the DOW list was so important and had a lot of meaning. The fact is the DOW list is purely arbitray. Many stocks would "qualify" but the DOW folks pick whatever they want for whatever reason they want. No laws govern what goes in the DOW list. It is just one of many lists out there.
I like T and have over $100,000 invested in it, but it does not have a very low PE, by almost any measure
I have been getting divvies for 6 years now since I first bought into T. I have selected added hundreds of shares on price dips also. I am getting over $5,600 USD per year now from my T stock. And being qualified dividends they get taxed at a pretty low rate. The dividends just keep growing and compounding.
What dtv move? I don't care or expect any dtv move. The current price range is fine with me. I get my 5% divvie every year. You attempts to put T in a negative light really are inane. Quite lamentable actually. If you don't like T so much, then why do you post here? Have you actually bought any PUTs? Doubtful. If you hate T, go by VZ and pump that up. How about maybe getting off the couch and doing some work?
What a silly post. No gains were made or lost (for true long term investors). And any price swings have been almost inconsequential relative to the price of the stock. Really, if you are monitoring a day to day price change then you are just a day trader wannabee.
analysts are people that don't know how to invest and don't have any money to invest. That is why they work as "analysts" and some people and companies are foolish enough to pay them
It does happen about 4 times a year. Funny how last week when the days the market went down but T went up, there weren't any comments from the treword77 troll. What a poor man that just lives for what he perceives as attention.
Why do you care? You don't own any T. You don't invest to the upside or the downside. You are just a lonely old nut that is bored and seeks the tit for tat. Quite silly and lamentable. I like it going down so that I can get a few more shares on my DRIP today. Price "swings" of a few dollars a share are meaningless to us true long term investors.
April 30 dividend has arrived in my IRA account. The money ($1,134) automatically invested via the DRIP in more NLY shares at 10.04. My cost basis is lowered. The next dividend will be larger. The world hasn't come to an end.
Oh well. I recently sold some June 19 $46 covered calls so I don't mind BP fluttering or backing up some. I am content to earn the dividend and sell a few covered calls a year, which ends up with my money earning 8 % a year. I am quite content with that.
T is one of my core holdings. I bought in at a good price, it pays a good dividend, it provides something that I think people are using more and more so I think it is going to be around for a long time. I am closing in on retirement so I pretty much just invest for reasonably secure dividends and interest. I am not one of those that projects retirement based on how much I have and how much I can withdraw. I don't plan on withdrawing anything. I expect, and at the moment my investments do, provide me with the monthly or quarterly or even yearly cash flow I need. I will deficit spend when I get older.