March 27 - April 2:
-- GOOG - Class A shares regular way, with entitlement to the class C shares
-- GOOCV - Class C shares when issued
-- GOOAV - Class A shares on an EX Distribution, when issued basis
-- GOOGL - Class A shares
-- GOOG - Class C shares
TSLA - 1.6%
Do you really think TSLA can hold on much longer at this price level? If the market corrects, this one gets dumped faster than those with earnings (i.e. APPL).
Without going as far as you have, I do think we need to take a honest look at the situation. The question should be what are the legal grounds for preventing direct sales?
What? It hasn't happened yet? Then, please explain up 11%
GOOG closes 1/31/14 at $1180.
Monday the stock traded under $1100 (I bought some at $1101). How much profit is that for 5 days?
Last year (at this time) the stock traded at $700. How much profit is that for 360 days?
What are you buying?
Buying puts does NOT mean shorting! Buying puts and shorting are two different animals. I'd explain it to you but you won't be here long.
That's almost correct..."Split and ride up to $1200 again"... and then, SPLIT AGAIN! (wink)
• March 27, 2014 – Record Date (to determine which stockholders are entitled to receive the Class C dividend)
• April 2, 2014 – Dividend Payment Date (one Class C share dividend issued for each share of existing Class A/Class B stock)
• April 3, 2014 – Anticipated First Date of Trading
My understanding, it is a 1-1 split. What's interesting it will be new class of stock (C Class) without voting rights. Does that make it worth less? I don't know.
Maybe you should not be drinking and driving? Just a thought.