I held on to most of my shares when it went over $27 but, well, I just had to sell about 1/4. You had to figure it would be coming back a bit in this skittish market. Lon-term, it should work out well and I like the dividend.
Oh, I suppose one - or possibly two. I'm gonna wait and see how low it can get before adding more. To think I saw price targets over $70 two whatever years ago. Can't be a well run outfit.
(lol) She probably goes to Cute Baby Chipmunks at Google Images every chance she gets. That's when she can't adore the dear lil critters first hand. Don't get me wrong, I appreciate the sweet lil things myself, but there's a point.......
I tend to be a long term holder and try to pick up shares when they are down. I will probably add to my modest no. of shares if HBI hangs around here a few dollars down. Over time I expect it will be a pretty good winner for me.
(lol) I think someone is realizing that the 150+ P.E which Yahoo assigns FNSR is totally ridiculous and contemptible. No wonder Yahoo's stock is down if the mistaken information it puts out on other corporations is taken as a sign of how it performs in other areas. I had hoped (lol) the CEO would improve the accuracy of Yahoo's info but no such luck.
I had to get out yesterday with my few shares at a small profit over 3 1/2 years. I think I showed enough patience. ATML will probably do better under new management. Present. mgmt. has to be doing something(s) wrong.
But wait ! MAR is one of Louis Navellier's 'can't miss' stocks. They are the only ones he wants you to be in. He was liking it recently at $77.64 !
Yep, Louis Navellier put a buy on QRVO at $85 in April - with a buy under of $95. He has wanted to be in the sure things and solid dividend payers. With MDVN's drop from his $135 I'd say he's not doing as well in the short term at least as he likes to let on.
I think I read the same thing. They also liked NOV a great deal several years ago. That 'fool' part might be more what you need to consider. (lol)
Navellier sold CHRW out at least 4 - 5 months ago for several dollars below $70 after liking it dollars over that. I don't recall the exact numbers. He didn't lose much money on his recommendation but I know some of his subscribers look losses selling on his advice since he had 'buy unders' up to at least $73 - $74 (approx). He gives up too easily in my opinion, thinking he can find something hotter - like MDVN. (lol)
FLY was the top pick of one of the geniuses' over at 'The Street Authority' about three years ago. Since then it is down from over $16 and the only reason I'm a bit ahead is because of the dividend. Fortunately my policy has been mostly not to put a lot of money behind any one position, no matter how much 'the genius' is ballyhooed. They 'miss' as often as not.
I'm probably getting out of my few remaining shares this morning, while still profitable. It has to be something to do with management here to be selling less than a year ago.
Sure glad I hesitated to buy MDVN up around $135 where Navellier recommended it in April. He doesn't always 'bomb', at least in the short term, like with MDVN but you'd think he might avoid this sort of thing better, given how he was ballyhooing how he was battening down the hatches either into only the sure-fire, 'can't miss', fastest growing corporations, or into the most solid dividend payers.