My basis is around $5. I wish they would increase the monthly div and reduce the end of year one, but doubtful they will. I like steady income over lump sums.
Mark, thanks for your decent reply. There are many boards that are ruined when a clique of posters take it over. What has happened here is typical and not that much different than the political drivellers who ruin T, GE, MO, and many others.
Perhaps Yahoo could create an o/t board, where this problem would not be an issue. Or the clique could trade email addresses and just start a little stock club. That would be fun...
Re my contributions, I am sure I would be harassed to no end for the slightest perceived error. No thanks.
It is undeniable that they have an effect. MF is particularly shallow in analysis but have a large following of other fools. SA typically better analysis but not as defined in the effect. JMO
SMan, I guess I missed your comment, bc the prior 50 or so messages had nothing to do with SFL so I left. I hate to waste time, of which this board has become a prime example.
Do the stocks you discuss have message boards? Maybe you should use those instead.
Keebon at least put some rationale in his posts. He is a rarity in this neighborhood.
IDK, that is why I put out the question. The rest of my comment is related to the frustration of seeing an unrelated assortment of messages that have nothing to do with the primary purpose of a message board for a specific stock.
Thanks for replying in a professional manner.
Does anyone on the board remember what this stands for? It is hard to discern which board this is.
SFL is up $.32 today. I thought that was a significant event that some one may have commented on, but no luck.
Deny the shorts the use of your shares. If held in a margin account, the broker can loan your shares to a short which is like stabbing you in the back. In todays market no one should be trading on margin, so convert the acct to a cash status, which prevents shares being loaned to shorts.
You probably speak three languages poorly as well. You should just accept your ignorance and get on with your pathetic life.
When you consider the end of year dividend, it yields typically more than 10%(if there is one). With yellen the dove in there, interest rates will not climb. Soon the market will catch on, maybe.