ikki, your earlier quote... "I trust this matter has been clarified. I now consider it closed."
that post sounded pompous. almost like it came from an "armchair know it all". you must have changed your "mind".
rock on tootsie.
yep. that was me. didn't think they could sustain the level of profitability that would support that dividend. i was way wrong but... was glad i stuck it out.
Merry Christmas to you as well.
well, just cause i had to pass on her doesn't mean you can't hit it. she is hardup and desperate. "ripe" for the pickings. her P/E is good....
JBL could have at least been upfront and honest with shareholders as to which customer impacted their sales. shareholders have a right to know.
did they lose a customer or did JBL simply suffer with a customer's downturn? either way, shareholders deserve an answer.
sorry all, a company keeping info from shareholders on such a dismal earnings report is not one i would risk having my money in.
good luck to you...
Sentiment: Strong Sell
i exited TNK at 2.50 PPS and broke even. revisiting, i find shares at 3.47. wow. this could be another NOK story for me. that is a 26% gain i lost out on.
what gives? why the run up?
wish i had stayed a wee bit longer. that darn itchy trigger finger...
i hear you.
i bought on that dip myself and am being nicely rewarded for it. yeah, kids love it. very indicative.
a huge draw for them is offering used games and buying used games.
Christmas time is sure working for them. earnings report is gonna be great.
no kidding? GME continues to climb. looks like another good trading day today. GME up 10% in the last 5 trading days.
this wouldn't be a stock i would short. rather, while it took that dip a month ago, this is a stock to buy into that weakness. will be ugly for you when you cover this position. ouch.
despite the recent run up, i still see this stock as a buy. the momentum, and swing, is on the up.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
there is no doubt wildlife suffered from the spill. it is a shame and unfortunate. still in all, that tragedy happened years ago. the dolphin study applies to 2011. since then, the gulf has recovered and BP played a huge role in that - much more than did RIG, HAL, Mexico, or the US govt.
there are a multitude of injustices and atrocities being played out daily across the globe. it is very interesting that you find would spend countless hours over the course of many many months to attack BP on Yahoo finance boards, Seeking Alpha and the like. It isn't just the Macondo spill, you post anything negative you can find on BP. anything. \
Why the obsession? You don't play BP stock short, you aren't an investor. Why do you persist in devoting yourself to the cause of attacking BP? What happened?
Whatever it was... Get over it. move on. get help.
also, you following me around the Yahoo Finance post boards leaving distorted and untrue posts is ludicrous and laughable. another example of a festering illness.
seriously, seek professional help and begin to live life.
vikki can't let it go. she doesn't take rejection too well. i counter her posts in much the same way i counter yours. i take it to her level as i take you to yours. however, you may be interested in her on a level other than Yahoo finance. mayhaps you might initiate a dialog with her. here is a post of hers from Oct. there are many. lol.
by choppermycat•Nov 29, 2005 9:05 AM.
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Ok. Your posts over the last day reminded me of why I was drawn so to you in the first place...your courageous gentlemanliness standing up to defend someone of whom you knew little, yet cared for so. It touched me, lit a spark in my heart, and renewed by faith in man. It's been so long, too long, to fully trust with all my heart the way I felt drawn to trusting you. There's no adequate way to express it, I feel, and I hope the photos I shared spoke those thousand words I did not. But again, from the bottom of my restored and hopefull heart, thank you so much for all you've done, not just for me, but for all women and persecuted people, for humanity itself which so often falls under the fear of reprisal to squeltch its true voice.
Tom, you have renewed my heart and soul and like a songbird anew in spring, I am ready to live a brighter life again. Hopefully, we can share that brightness together.
I love you. Truly
still following me around huh vikki?
sorry, i am simply not interested in you. i tried to be nice. you simply must learn how to deal with rejection.
and you are simply a legless gnat living off others money - none of which you earned. regardless, you will squander it.
mojo, and how did today work out for you? we didn't hear anything... Still short and loving it? i think not.
by the by, i think you and jester are one in the same. regardless, you are both getting beat downs.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
lol. got hit, didn't you. not a good day for bears or shorts. told ya. short and sweet enuff for you?
for the shorts... The beating continues. (but thanks)
Sentiment: Strong Buy
strum, too funny. My dad retired from the police force with a great pension. he too converted all holdings to cash and then went and visited banks plopping $99k into each. at the time, $100k was cap on federally insured. despite my advice, and that of my brothers, he just let that cash accumulated compounded interest. ugh. when he passed, we got my mom into Edw Jones. unfortunately, tens of thousands were lost due to opportunity costs.
odd how next generation, like us and my brothers, differ so radically than our predecessors. mayhaps they still were affected by the Great Depression?
airlease, congrats to you and your upcoming retirement. i plan on pulling the plug no later than April 2015. will be sooner if a few things pan out.
i have 3 land parcels on a lake in upstate WI. each are about 2 acres with water frontage. one a privacy parcel (won't perc) one developed with a finished cottage, and the 3rd holds a tear-down ready for a home build in a year. until then i too live in a home that i will improve and then sell near time of building. until then i live in upstate NY with river frontage. love the water.
Westport is near Buzzards Bay. beautiful, man. at least get yourself a view of the bay.
as i also near retirement, that influences my investments as well. however, cash is only about 15% my portfolio. esp since i thought the taper would give me more buying opportunities. lol. love how it has turned out so far tho.
FLY, with its exceptional dividend, is actually a speculative play for me. my cost basis is 14.21 and i am up 13.2% capital gains (excl div). i expect FLY to come in strong next earnings report. today it lagged the market and i am hoping Ed was right in that it is a laggard.
keep the faith. AER is not the buy now. i would take profit there. FLY is the play to buy or hold.
gl to you...