Markets can do whatever they wish. Even so, there is an announcement of the next dividend and it is a (small) raise from the previous. The various media will spin this however they choose, but I am happy to keep my shares and may add a few at this price.
a. this topic has no relevance to Intel
b. it is well known that there is much written that is incompetent or biased and attempts to undermine claims about climate change.
c. it is very hard to find a good article that clearly explains the physical basis for climate change. Someone wishing to discuss this topic would better serve his readers by addressing the underlying physics, rather than saying foolish things about other foolish people.
I don't disagree with what you say. A better CEO and board would be beneficial. Even so, isn't the more basic issue that the P/E of CAG is rather high, considering its growth prospects and the less than 3% dividend is only attractive where other interest rates are near zero?
Even so, doesn't it seem clear that if the price of oil remains in this vicinity, that LINE must lower the dividend? If not, what do you see that might allow them to maintain it or raise it?
You should probably take into account the conversion rights. There is a mandatory conversion into the common stock in Feb 2016. With the common at this price, the conversion rights are an important factor.
I missed this 8-k. You may be right in your interpretation. There are some other qualifications that will take me a while to study to see if the are still problems. Even so, I can easily imagine that taking over a new company they may be a little cautious about rushing to pay a dividend that they can defer until the end of the year.
Overall, I am still optimistic about CWH and did not mean to suggest that they would be unable to pay a dividend; only that it might be delayed for a little while.
I think that this point has been made previously by others on this board: a change of control is an event of default under CWH covenants. To proceed to pay dividends, first they must repair the default. To do that needs either waivers from creditors, replacement of the creditors or perhaps payment of some of the debt. It looks to me that the new management is trying to generate some liquidity to be able to settle with the creditors.
I don't understand fully why Yahoo shows (under historical Prices) a dividend of 0.0 for April. It also appears that the stock is up, substantially, despite the report of a net loss. Any comments?
Does anyone know the basic facts about this Cellcube? That is, what does it cost, what is the size, weight and power storage capacity and what is the durability and reliability?
Well, yes, but perhaps you should also seek tax advice. I think I remember that once all of your capital has been returned (for retirees that might not happen) you may need to pay some tax on each part of the dividend. Exactly how moving the shares from a deferred account to a taxable account may affect your tax is another point to consult with an expert.
I don't necessarily disagree. It would look bad if they were unable to conceal what they did. It might be a little expensive (more so if the price of the stock starts to drop, before they act), but RMR also has a lot to lose. Increasing the price of the stock (the likely be the result of an attempt to increase their share of stock) will also be expensive, but would tend to lower the price of puts.
More basically, CWH is a fairly small pond and vigorous action in a big way is bound to muddy the water.