YAHOO is so #$%$ to show the yield as less than 2% when it's actually better than 11%. Such arithmetic, however, is nothing new for YAHOO and its blundering Finance Section.
If I could only trust about the cash, etc. I have got pretty much 'destroyed' in this, would like to finally one day get back near $2.40, my break even. Just very hesitant to add more even at this low point.
I predict $24 - at least the equivalent thereof factoring in dividend payments - before $21....And I won't gloat in the event that I am correct.
They had to be turning out an inferior product vs the competition the last few years. I'm still up overall over since 2011 but no doubt there are better buys available.
Louis Navellier (Blue Chip Stock Growth) ticks me off sometimes with his 'sells'. He could have sold QIHU up around $100 but chose to wait to $77 whatever to put out his 'sell', so as a result his subscribers get out with 'peanuts' for gain instead of 20% - 25% they might have had. Worse is that he had 'buy' on QIHU up to $100, so late-comers to QIHU ended up way down if they listened to his 'reco'. No way I sell, I'm still above water to $76 and if it drops much below there I'll simply buy more.
But Louis Navellier is telling his newsletter readers to sel......uh, wait, Navellier is forever getting into stocks that he turns around on and tells you to sell for slight to no gain - or even losses - after holding them for months. Sorry ! Probably good time to buy.
You're just frustrated in your life for some reason and have to take it out on something. 'The fed' is a common punching bag.
Number of hurricanes in any one year and 'global warming' have little to no correlation. But 'global warming' in general and over the long haul will result in more intense storms - and more rain, more flooding. Study up !
I'm looking to add to my position a bit lower, maybe $5.00. You can almost always count on short-term panic and margin calls to take weak, not to say #$%$', hands out.