anyone who posts better run for the hills is an idiot. if you want to say 'the stock is going down' just say it. People who say 'run for the hills' give themselves away. Unfortunately, for them, they're too stupid to realize it LOL
if only every idiot who sold on something Cramer said could have their stock back. He drives stocks down then recommends them. He's a criminal and a liar and a coke head
anyone who posts on the WMB board with 'strong sell' can just go away. it's the first thing I look at so I didn't even read whatever else you had to say. if you are a seller no reason for you to be here at all. bye
makes no sense at all.
Same stock it was 2 weeks ago only with .64 coming to shareholders. I knew they'd drive it down but I have to admit I don't understand why, really.
you would think if this merger is as bad as everybody and their mother is saying it is, the FTC would block it... but are they the ones responsible for watching out for investors interests??
I Hope you didn't wait till the 11th. The 8th was the day you had to buy it. 9th was 'ex-dividend' which means 'excluding dividend' If you buy that day you are excluded from the dividend. If you already own and sell that day you still receive the dividend because you would still have owned it on the 8th which is the day that counts for the record date. It's 3 days before 11th
I know, I think I'm going to be forced to sell. I had hoped to hold to 2018 or whenever oil recovers but it's looking less possible for me to pull off. Plus the fear of bankruptcy is in the back of my mind. At this point, I can't rule it out. Unlikely, but not impossible.
well good, then that means you won't be posting here anymore cause why would you if WMB's life-span is 6 months. Go away, child, you're a nuisance and probably suck cramer off daily for 100 tip to come on websites and repeat what he says. Hope that big wad of cramer love is worth 100
The way I see it is that when an oil company announces a cut to the dividend people go nuts, when PBA eventually has to do it again, they can say BUT we've already strengthened the company with the capex plan we've already committed to. I think dividend cuts are inevitable with most smaller oil companies so why not just forge ahead and make the most of the eventual recovery in oil
What's the thinking? That threats of further downgrades to bring it in line with the lower rated ETE will make the merger fall apart? doubtful
it is interesting. I mean can a stock go to zero when the company is still solvent? how would that work? Sorry I don't really know the answer