What math formula makes the shares free when a small part of the dividend is a return of capital? I saw the breakdown for the dividend and its roc was very small. Not trying to start any hassel, just curious how I get free shares from roc.
Did some gab research today on managed distribution. Seem gab has a policy to pay the 7 cents per share every month. This is good for share holder but it has the impact of taking out money from the fund that could be spent buying more holdings. This policy helps keep it from investing more into itself. Another closed end fund ZWIG did the same thing and it never did appreciate. They finally did a 1for 2 split. I am invested to get the dividend and make a few hunderd. I am buying more gaucx at the best price inorder to get more income. Chances it won't appreciated much due to managed distributions. A rise in its stock could get the price upwards
It has a lot of pay out for its price so Not knowing a lot about mutual funds If the stock it has can climb then the 7 cents wont matter and the fund would get an increase , maybe to 5 dollars
Partnering with US Volley ball is going to put Kred in the beverage sports spot light to show if it can win over those sports customers this summer. I feel Kred has has to go all this year before some meaningfull earnings reports can be truly known. This is a start up company.
Does anyone know what is giving NCZ its fast rise which I love but don't understand the reasons behind it. Can you guy shed some light. Its near 10.00 a share soon
I have a bond for 70 thousand to be called in august 2014 so I want to put some of it into ncz or ncv and the remainder(45,000 into another bond . Its the best fund for growth and distributions I have ever owned.
Kona red;s beverage is advertised at 49.00 a case That makes a bottle either 2.00 or 4.00 for a 16 oz. I h ave not tasted it. I believe the price is not sustainable though I want this comp[any to become a mainstream american drink. So I am going to sell provided I can make at least 1.00 a share. If it reaches 180 its future may look brighter
Being a seasoned investor, you know traders are never Identified smart --s. Only volume give any clues. How much volume did the company buy and sell?
Yes it true . HIGH VOLUME OF TRADES WAS BY THOSE SATISFIED MAKING A DIME TO 50 CENTS WHICH IS NOT THE POINT. TRADE DUMPERS KNOCK DOWN KREDS PRICE MAyBE THE 40 PERCENT WAS FROM QUICK PROFIT TAKERS. WHAT PART OF THAT DO YOU NOT UNDERSTAND .?Today was just 730 thousand volume and the closing was 7 cents higher. More buy &holds . My research from Scottrade tech page shows more buys and much less sells than days when the trade dumpers have the upper hand. My fantasy come from research.
Seems too many people are willing to make a dime and then sell out. This pump and dump for pennies send the price into wild gyrations . Its a vicious cycle over the last 7 days. When the stock gets above 1 dollar plus, it will get rid of the fast dollar artist. If your reading this and don't like it because it expresses a point of view contrary to your investing style, go ahead and disregard what I said and vote your personal bias, but certainly not an educated opinion
Neither store has it in their stores as yet. What the sales stratgey? West coast but no product in major food stores as yet? I will find out exact price.
The price is too much for them and americans. Regardless of its good taste its price will make drinkers turn away to the cheap sports drinks. It makes kred a D O A company. I own 1000 shares and I want it to catch fire.
Today before 12 noon block of 138 thousand and 63 thousand sells were done along with many other in the 10 to 30 thousand range according to my research from Scottrade tech analysis . At .68 cent the price per share slowly hovered around .68-.70. Some 2 million 4hundred thousand shares were sold, more sells than buys at this moment 1:03 pm est. I personally feel I can loose 300 dollars in unrealized losses and wait till some good news comes for new money to push the stock back up. Looks for a while its going to be pumped up and then sold off for a fast buck
Kona red has its price at over 3.00 a bottle unverified by me. The competition Power aid se;;s for less than 1.00 a 32 oz drink and features no sugar drinks as well. Then theres Gator aid still well below 3 buck.s a drink. A 3.00 price is too expensive for marketing it to low and middle income america, I am ridding with all its wrinkles . The 3 dollar price is a huge negative for a new product. I may sell when it gets back up
Yes you can pay the ask or the bid, but there is the spread or difference between the two which in itself becomes the new ask or new bid price. The SITUATION PLAYS ITSELF OVER AND OVER.