I'm in for a little; and a whole lot more if it goes much lower. The ER, from what I can understand, is not all that bad when you consider the SP. I thank those who are pulling it down
I would not say "slowly". I think that many believe that Braeburn won't drop the ball like SB&Co. SB is a doctor, maybe a good one but does not understand the FDA. Braeburn will get it done and everyone knows it. Still a ways to go for approval but looks much more promising.
11.55% with tax advantages and growth; yes you are getting paid to wait; terrific investment.
Is this a joke? The dividend is .20/Q = .80/Y. Hasn't been 1/Y for awhile. I'd like to see them get back to 1/Y and hope your optimism is warranted. They have already said they expect to cut the div to .72/Y or lower; do you read these announcements? OK to be bullish but please try to be real.
I agree and sold when I saw the report.I don't know if they actually lied but they misled us to believe the fire effects were over after 3rd Q; then the cut the div even more then when they ran on only one refinery! AND they should have been making even more with oil going down faster than gas. NTI didn't have any problems. I don't know if they will be sued but I am out anyhow. I do not recommend this stock as an investment.
I actually think you are right; they report tomorrow afternoon; if AFFO is .18 or more they should rally.
The market has priced it in since the mgt. has predicted and announced the likelihood of a cut from .80 to .72/.64 .Can probably assume the market has priced in a .12 reduction. That amount of cut would put the yield at about 14% at today's SP. Not a bad yield. The important question concerns the long term prospects of RSO. Can they eventually grow it back to .80; 1.00; or more? I would love to hear commentary from oldtimers here that have developed some expertise in objective consideration of RSO. I think as rates start to actually go higher they may dip in SP but higher rates may be good in long term. Seems like a good time to be getting in to CRE. Wish I knew more.
Not too impressive; be glad to not hear any more about "Tabernas". However the future looks better, and it is so cheap, the market probably expected worse. The div is important, and signals what mgt. really expects.
Yes; terrific if you knew it would not go lower; but you don't!. I think the SP goes back to 8 or below. Lots of energy companies yielding as well or better; and some have serious growth potential. Not so sure about ARP.
It may have been the right thing to do even though it may hit the SP for awhile. So, for those who believe they will show a good profit in the next report, it is a buying opportunity perhaps.
Not so fast; they have a difficult "to do" list. And Greece is not the only problem. But; we'll see.
I dumped my shares for 18.80 and suggest same for you. Poor performance is only one of the reasons. Misleading shareholders is even worse. I expect a lawsuit; they deserve it!
Any ideas? Last Q was reported on the 10th of November. They should announce soon. That report should give us a good idea of production gains/losses; for ARP specifically and perhaps the industry in general. They have kept the divvy the same so far during this oil slump; be nice to know coverage and effect of hedges and what the future holds. If ARP manages to keep the divvy through a long oil slump that sends a powerful message to the market and will result in much higher SP in future.
Congratulations! You were right on all points. They actually increased the divvy a little. Very much looking forward to report & CC on 2/26. Will also be looking for your comments. Thanks.