is the news on May 5; not all these bashers/pumpers on this board. The previous Q showed improvement with a much smaller loss. It is possible this Q will report zero loss; though I expect a small loss. Don't waste your valuable time reading BS here; read the report from the previous quarter and other objective reporting.
It's not "all about you" pal. You can put either or both on ignore. I learn a lot from reading both. DF provides an incredible amount of facts and analysis; analysis is subjective; it's up to you to decide what you believe. Kilg often bashes DF but also forces me to be careful in accepting his analysis.
Stock keeps going higher; and for good reason, IMO. But no one is posting besides myself and sumguy..How high will we go? Divvy is solid and growing; Business is growing in spite of oil volatility.
Pretty bold statements! I hope you are correct. You detractors will have some evidence if this doesn't pan out. So; I expect you are pretty darn sure of yourself. I am very long so I want to believe this.
There are much better deals than $7/ paying $.70 in this sector now. This is still a risky sector and a 10% divvy is not enough. Actually; I think the $7 SP is assuming only a moderate divvy cut to about $1. or a bit higher. ARP is in the $7's and pays a "reliable" $1.20. My fear is that they do cut to about $.70, and the SP crashes. They should have already announced a cut, like everyone else, or at least provided guidance.
What do you suppose is to drive this reduction in NG. Demand is more likely to rise especially with loss of hydroelectric power out west due to draught. Also, as shipping of LNG is about to begin which will drive more demand. Restrictions on coal are also a factor.
I especially agree on the "pr" comment. Lately, they seem to make announcements in a negative manner. I begin to think they want the SP to go down, temporarily, to lower their cost for bonus shares.
Yes; I guess the cut would depend on that. It seems reasonable to expect at least a 50% cut. When announced may be a good time to jump in.
Well; a little reading shows me it is a bond fund. They own mostly US Treasury notes. They only earn 1.25% so how do they yield so much? Leverage? Or do they buy and sell for profit? I am hot to jump in but I want to get some idea of my risk in purchasing this. Lots of banks own this so it is probably well run. If you know please share.
Any one know why? I suppose it is fear of a rate increase; I don't expect one in June; maybe not even in 2015. But I love panic; it creates opportunities. I have $40K to put in a reit. Already got plenty of RAS; any recommendations?
They are fishing for evidence; but of course we know that these trial lawyers have only the shareholders interest at heart. Actually; they are probably shorts looking for any way possible to #$%$ TTNP share price while they cover. Never have I seen such an announcement; saying they are looking for possible wrongdoing.
I agree about other reits; but in general there is fear of rates on reits. But something is hurting RAS. Will the yield continue to grow? Or stay stalled?
The book value includes the debt. You would have to go back to the global meltdown to find TGB prices this cheap. That looks like a value to me, in spite of management shortcomings. But; it may get worse before it gets better. I'm a buyer under .60