Wishful thinking on the "home prices declining and it turning into a buyers market". Too many homeowners took it in the shorts as of Yr2006-07 and now holding strong to regain some semblance of dignity...
The only significance of this Topic and Brexit on this msg bd is why has the RBY sp not gone up? Investors all over the news have been saying they're now buying MINERS! So, why zero interest in RBY!?
Smug replys/answers only referring to RBYs history and not what's going on with it right at this moment, or as of after Brexit, are of little value. Anybody on this msg bd no doubt already knows RBY;s history.
kg2931 (RBY 10K shrs @ $ 5.54 Shr ($55,407) going down with the ship holding Long since 4/11/2011)
You have some interesting ideas.
- What's the significance of "8 %"?
- Why "never ever with limit"?
- What did you mean/referring to by "400 mill interest 4.5 % "? (if you're referring to convertible loan interest at 4.5, stop and consider MU's is higher, somewhere around 6.9!)
MU is a screaming buy Monday without waiting for Brexit to settle. Longer wait on MU, more the ship sails. Yahoo was ruined as an investment by the BABA deal and to be avoided like the plague.
If I were you, I'd be complementing myself right now for the good fortune of getting out before Brexit today. If I wasn't already invested up to my eyeballs in MU I'd be buying more right now after Brexit hammered it down today. It's a cinch it will resume going up to 15 and probably by end of next week.
not at all! A bunch of us learned a bunch about dividend trading... I'm still thinking about it Monday and will be watching this but I already bought 100 shrs of AMZN so cash pretty much spoken for... Stay tuned.
This IPO was way over priced, then Brexit hit the next day! Watch TWLO end up down over 50% by mid next week!
Let's have a voting pool. I vote TWLO trades at or less than $20 shr by Wednesday next week.
I know, domiciled in USA, right? So what. That's what's wrong with the American business model. Footprint everywhere but American shores - No taxes for the USA!
"Founded in 2008, Twilio has over 500 employees, with headquarters in San Francisco and other offices in Bogotá, Dublin, Hong Kong, London, Mountain View, Munich, New York City, Singapore, and Tallinn."
Please explain "400 mill interest 4.5 %" and what makes you think will go below "9" and in what timeframe?
I'm waiting to buy before Tuesday's 6/28 Ex-Div date...
Today the day of the Brexit crash Yahoo shows RBY trading at zero! Not up or down. While all gold investments are going through the roof! WHY????????????
Thank you to buybuy and cwn600 for a very good discussion surrounding sp and the ex-div date!
Of course now that Brexit has crashed the market, all bets are off on this tactic of buying CY to trade after the div. Now the sp aroiund the 28th will be too scary to take the gamble...
"Keep an ear out for guidance when they announce at months end."
I like it! Gonna take your advice. Looking to buy more but waiting to see what MU says next week. Also have Brexit to get through...
"couple quarters out"
I agree. I'm afraid the street is nervously pumping up MU in fear of next week's dismal 3Q 2016 earnings release. I'd like to buy some more but won't touch this with a ten foot until after the ER...
Yeah, either today before the close, tomorrow or Monday to get the dividend. However, I predict Brexit doesn't happen so the market will get a lift the rest of this week possibly carry into Monday. So, CY may not get any cheaper before the div...
Thanks folks. Not having traded dividend stocks before, I've never had the exact timing down. Now I do.
As I mentioned before, I'm looking to do this on CY. Now watch, the sp will grow too expensive between now & Ex-Div date and all bets are off. Good for Longsters, not safe for me...
thx! Now I know for sure. So, here's another question: If you buy n hold the stock prior to or during the Ex-Div date, hold, then but sell after but before the Div delivery date, do you still get the Div delivered as cash to your acct?
Wow, all the way from $12.50 to $15, when MU was $25 a year ago and $35 the year before that! Geeeee Cramer, be careful, don't be to bold, ha!