I added some more today with this price drop. I'm hoping it will go lower. Against what most people want when buying a stock. But if you are a long time holder not a trader days like today are what you are looking for.
They issue a K-1. If you go to their web site you will find all the information you want on the company. Asking a question like that here will only get you smart #$%$ answers. LOL
Looks like you have nothing better to do but be the grammar police based on looking at all the posts that you have made.Correct this UP YOURS. LOL LOL
Thanks for the info. I've been picking some up here and there when it takes some dips.
Waiting can also be non productive since you are missing the compounding with the dividend. So you wait a couple of months for the price to get where you want it and while you are waiting you have lost the dividends for those months. If you are investing for long term and for income a couple of cents one way or another doesn't mean a lot.
The decision to get into the drip or take the dividends would depend on if you needed the money or not. Getting into the drip just grows the position you have. Taking the money does not grow the position. The question you have to ask yourself is "do I need the money now?" If not join the drip. I'm retired but I'm still in the drip growing my position and picking up a few extra shares when I can. The day I need the money I'll get out. If I never need the money I'll just leave it to my son and he can decide what he wants to do with it.
Is it only me. When I place an limit order it never fills if the order is larger then 200. I have placed numerous orders for 500 and they never fill. And it hits my fill price over and over again. But when I place a 200, and even that takes awhile, or a 100 they fill with no problem. I hate placing market order but are others having the same problem??