T is doing fine for me and I'll take the 5% dividend forever regardless of price appreciation. Often the stocks going out of the DOW outperform the ones going in so who cares.
MS just put a $1900 target on this junker. Rest assured they are getting their own clients out of it as fast as they can. It's like a Goldman call, just do the opposite and assume for their own clients they are also. It's sad but it sure is reliable to act upon.
I have a LOT of oil stocks, they all have been hammered far beyond what makes sense in the long run. It really is a basic reversion to the mean if you ask me and it has an incredibly long way to run. Patience is a virtue
for every $20-$30 prediction there is a $60-$70-$80 prediction. Can't imagine too many producers will go out of their way to produce at a loss, pretty much that is becoming obvious.
A 50% move down (essentially the same as 100% move up from here to go back) took less than a year, no reason it can't go back in less than a year. Oil could certainly drop further but you would have to think odds are it goes back up
Give the man a break, he invented Electricity I heard, clearly a real game changer
You get a credit but you're definitely paying taxes on the dividends. Only certain countries do not withhold this tax in IRA accounts, when they do it is lost forever. Canada is one that is not supposed to withhold so in general Canadian stocks in a US IRA should be good to go. Definitely avoid WH in an IRA account where you get no credit for it. A good reason to avoid risky stocks in IRAs where capital losses cannot be deducted.
about the time the laywers show up, stock recovery kicks in. Assume they will sue for going up too fast also.
good riddance, don't let the door hit him on the way out. Long and strong, great business. Wasn't Trian supposed to be the Fast Food expert?
software re-writing the physical laws of electricity, should be interesting. My bet is they are just going to make the odometer run faster, bingo better mileage.