thanks for the thumbs up. People hear the word probe and react way too much. Not even a probe, its just a survey, but survey is not a news-worthy type of word
US] regulators have asked surgeons at key hospitals to list any complications they may have seen with Intuitive’s robots, which cost $1.5 million each and were used last year in almost 500,000 procedures. The doctors were also surveyed on which surgeries the robots might be most and least suited for, and asked to discuss their training, according to copies of the survey obtained by Bloomberg News.
So would mcdonalds drop this much if a survey was given out on how many customers have gotten sick while eating there?
Board of Directors has declared a cash dividend of $1.25 per common share for the first quarter 2013. The dividend is payable on April 26, 2013 to common shareholders of record as of March 20, 2013, with an ex-dividend date of March 18, 2013.
So when is the best time to sell and get paid dividends for somone who already owns shares, March 20th pre-market?
so verizon loses OnStar Deal to AT&T and Verizon is up and T is down?? Who sells a stock that has a new deal and 5% dividends?
already went up 25 yesterday, no need for a $40 jump in two days. A gradual climb is just as good. By the way, as i wrote this its 480.00 on the nose
Baidu might have similar run, too bad its in China. By the way, why are you repeating the same posting? Repeating makes you sound desperate. SOUNDS LIKE YOU ARE NERVOUS
Never seen it move so littel from yesterdays close to after hour price. Note to self, buy shares of Baidu and Amazzon the day before earnings and sell right before close of earnings day.
yeah right! Sure you did. Interesting that you post you sold AFTER it dropped. We all read your posting that it will be $35 in a month.
buy on the dip. I bought Amaazon just recently at at 245 and look at it now. Also bought Qcom at 61.90, look at that now. Buy when everyone oversells
Alot of good buys, all after overselling in the marlet. First was QCOM in at 61.50, then Amazon, in at 252, then RAX in at 39.40, now PANL
For the quarter ended March 31 (Q1), Universal Display beat expectations on revenues and exceeded expectations on earnings per share. Universal Display reported revenue of $15.0 million. The 11 analysts polled by S&P Capital IQ hoped for sales of $14.5 million on the same basis. GAAP reported sales were 19% higher than the prior-year quarter's $12.6 million. Of Wall Street recommendations tracked by S&P Capital IQ, the average opinion on Universal Display is outperform. James Ricchiuti, Needham & Co.: Reiterates a Buy rating, and a $35 price target. Hendi Susanto, Gabelli & Co.: Reiterates a Buy rating on the stock, and a price target of $42.
this is great. Able to get in cheaper before the announce ex-dividend date. Bought 100 shares.
02/27/2013 16:34:13 EST 100 31.74
After the close on the day before the ex-dividend date and before the market opens on the ex-dividend date, all open good-until-canceled limit, stop, and stop limit orders are automatically reduced by the amount of the dividend, except for orders that the customer indicated "Do Not Reduce." This is done because the dividend payout will decrease the value of the company, as it comes directly from the company's reserves. At the market opening on the ex-dividend date, the stock will trade on an ex-distribution basis, adjusted for the amount of the dividend paid. If a corporation is distributing something other than a cash dividend, such as rights or warrants, then an ex-dividend date can be called an ex rights date, or ex warrants date, etc.
The key date for dividend-paying stocks, funds, or securities is the ex-dividend date. The Record Date, or Date of Record, determines the ex-dividend date, before which an investor must own the stock in order to receive the dividend. For the investor to receive the upcoming dividend, the investor must purchase the stock prior to the ex-dividend date.
i thought i read how the CEO bought 500,000 dollars worth of share last week. Does this show that he is out of touch with his own company? No communications with his financial ceo?