What a total a double scribble. This post is not only computer driven SPAM but makes no sense at all. Does any self respecting individual with a bit of grey matter listen to such nonsense?
My calls expire 8/17. Earnings report due the first week of August. The stock, all else equal, which it never is, should run up as we approach September ex-dividend. I will watch closely and probably sell affer 8/1. I am quite interested to see how this works out as the market is not only a hobby for me but represents half of my income.
I don't know about the $18 but your post makes some sense. I probably will take your recommendation when my covered calls expire or lose their time value.
If your 15% target profit does not work out, at what price or when will you cover? Dividend comes in September. This is a serious question as I am trying to study the affectiveness of real short positions vs. selling covered calls.
I did my DD by talking with 2 insurance company execs and 3 physicians (one an endocrinologist) I know personaly. Maybe they are stogy traditionalists but they all have a waite and see attitude toward Afrezza. Personally, I hope it works out as an affective and cost affective treatment. For now,stick with sub-q insulin.
I believe 12.25 is the high end of a price range for the tender offer. If they would give me 12 now, they can have my stock. If this offer is really of interest, see if there are July calls with a 12.50 strike price and sell them.
So obviously a paid pumper. Ether computer driven for $ or posted in the foolish hope that someone will listen. A hell of a way to make a potentially 4 figure decision. Better throw darts at the WSJ.
I read the same thing re NYC workers. What about Orlando? Many of the responses discuss the difficulty in filling certain jobs. How does this justify terminating Americans and replacing them with H2 visa employees? There has been no dicussion fo the service worker provision in the "fair trade" bill.
Are all you share holders proud of your IT executives at Disney Land for terminating the employmnet of about 250 IT workers and replacing them with East Indians with the approval of INS? Be proud that you are in the forefront as, I understand, the newly Senate approved fair trade bill requires approval of such visas or denial within 30 days or they wil be approved automatically. It's interesting to note that Democrats, influenced by labor unions are against this bill while Republicans, looking to increase corporate profits are for it. If any of my information or assumptions regarding Disney or the fair trade bill are wrong, please comment and correct.
Is this the company for providing Indian workers with H2 visas to replace information technology workers at Disney Land? If so, this is good news for the company as the newly senate approved trade bill has a provision under service workers which requires the INS to pass or disapprove requests for such visas wthin 30 days or they will be automatically approved. Given the idea of a one world economy and a desire for wage justice on the part of our present government, such visas will be issued automatically thereby putting more Americans out of work. If I am mistaken on either CTSH's role or the fair trade bill, please let me know.
Give up this nonsense already, When are you giong to admit to a mistake? I will sell covered calls over 40 and then look for some pull back. You will probably do an "I told you so" when it goes from 43 to 39.
Spam. Spam. and more Spam. Trowing a dart into the WSJ probably makes more sense than listening to thes so called analysts. The above post is a good example as he is "making money as the market plumets" What market are these idiots watching?
This was a Motley Fool recommendation about 15 points ago along with CLB. Both stocks trade as part of energy ETF's. CLB has come back about 12% off it's lows while NOV has not improved much. I detect a value play particularly if oil stablizes in the 60 range.
Amen to that. My father always taught me not to over sell. I , also, find the hyperbole of the enthusiastic pumper off putting as I believe hedge funds and big traders are into spreading dis-information and this is what this sounds like to me. Furthermore, inhalation insulin has been tried before and was discontinued, I believe; due to cost and unreliable results.
Your conclusion is interesting. I, as an income investor, do well with PLOW based on dividend and an additional 5% annualized selling covered calls. It's narrow trading range is to my advantage. I would rather hold PLOW than jump from one stock to another even though I pay only $7 per trade.
Well, you are already ahead 2.6%. Keeping in mind 0.7% dividend in September, I wonder about the risk/reward ratio of such a trade.
Yes!! Buy a stock with no P/E and a lot of promises. The only way to play these no profit bio-techs is to buy 5 and hope only one goes bancrupt and one hits it big by getting bought out. Meanwhile, although it is risky, I know a few speculators who take advantage of the volatility to sell them short.
Not for nothing, if interest rates go up dividend stocks will go down based on competitive places to put money and associated risk. As far as "if" it is more likely when. I do not believe interest rates will increase in such a way as to greatly affect the market unless inflation becomes a problem. Rates are certainly not going down.