The price sure as hell does not want to move does it. I am not sure if that is good or bad (hah)!
Stay thirsty my friends!
Nokker, houck, or anyone can you explain what happened to the price of CFP in November 2012 that did not happen in November 2013? The graph is horrendous for that month for CFP for some reason!
Glad to see your name show up on the old board here. Best of luck and I wish I would of bought loads of that Ford when you did. Keep your powder dry!
My Scottrade is now 100% CFP even if peter does think it is right. If he got burned I do not blame him for being sore as I have a couple of sore spots I carrying around with me this week also. I got rid of all my other toxic stocks and am ready to make money. Best of fortune to all! You also Petar.
You disgust me. Go away.
nokker is welcome on my management team any time.
#$%$ and if we ever hear from you again it will be too soon.
looking at a graph from the last 12 months can we draw any conclusion as to why CFP did not respond to the CLM/CRF RO whereas CLM and CRF did respond highly to the CFP RO?
I am not one that relies on graphs but this one really has me buffaloed.
Confused and staying thirsty!
I agree with you totally, and if a person is alert and a little "lucky" the RO can even yield a little extra fruit. Good trading and keep your powder dry!
of course you should of bought on month ago while it was in that trough for the price. If you are that leary I recommend that you invest in I bonds on the internet for more or less an insured increase in your investment. It appears you are really sensitive to the market price! It is the stock market, it is going to go down and up and tap your inner strength if it has a chance. That is the nature of the beast.
Good fortune to you!
I just bought a few hundred shares of CFP in an account we are using to pay off a zero rate note due 9/15. I do not expect to make a bundle off of this deal but it is better than letting the finance office make the profit. The key is to have the money on or before the due date so it can be paid off on time. Otherwise you really get to pay a bundle of interest. The Cornerstones are about the best deal in my opinion. I am sure people have lost money with them but they have been good to me.
I read your message. I have to get rid of some stuff but I think I will shoot for the dividend for CLM. I will wait and see how the history charts look. The ones I looked at for the several months indicate that the dividend may justify buying before the x-div date contrary to my usual thinking.
Yes, unfortunately we need to be hardworking and lucky! What is new about that? I have tried my hand at a few other opportunities and I think I am about to go back to 100% Cornerstones. See my comments on the NAV on the CLM message board as I do not want to repeat stats twice.
Stay thirsty my friends!
Thanks for the update. Statistically CLM NAV as of 8/9/14 is 98.7 of NAV for 10/31/13.
CFP NAV is 96.2%, and CRF NAV is 96.9%.
Information for those of us who care!
Thank you for your continuing contribution to the cause.
I think I am about to get back into the Cornerstones full time.
Nokker, comment please, we hope you are not napping on us!
Keep your powder dry!