Please turn off your Caps lock on your keyboard, it is annoying and doesn't make your comment any more valid.
Traditionally Mortgage Reits do not perform well in a rising interest rate environment. Invest there with caution. BDC's are a better bet if rates start to rise.
Thanks BC but I can't take all of the credit. I felt the urge to get out of the house and get a beer to clear my head. The T&A at the club was quite eye opening, especially Monica. No head and shoulder pattern was observed. I wish I would have brought more dollars though.
FB will close somewhere in the neighborhood of $43 bucks and $84.50 give or take $5 or $10 bucks. I was checking on some T&A last night until I ran out of dollars but these numbers were in my head when I woke up this morning.
Apple is preparing for a product launch or two if the indications from its suppliers are correct. The technology firm’s suppliers had a more robust April than is typical for what is usually Apple’s slow season, suggesting new products are on the way in the form of the iPhone 6, new iPads, and even potentially the much-rumored iWatch.
AppleInsider reports that analyst Brian White of Cantor Fitzgerald found that sales at Apple’s suppliers were up 7 percent from last month. This reverses a trend from the previous nine years, during which April sales were generally down about 1 percent. White attributed the growth to Apple producing new products just in time for a summer announcement and fall launch.
It sounds like you are all ready high from all of those fumes. FB is the future of communication and their making money. Lot's of it.
Do your "work" before you invest in a stock! Average in over a few months or quarters and not all at once. Take the time to monitor your investment by keeping track of the way the company is operating their business model via earnings announcements or better still conference calls. As long as company is taking care of said business don't sweat every day price action. If anything take advantage of down moves with the averaging in strategy and you will be rewarded, eventually. Patience, diversification and DD will bring successful results. I believe proper investing techniques should be required in all school curriculum nowadays especially since pensions are becoming extinct. The problem with too many investors is they are shooting for immediate returns and and take way too many risks in the process. Be long, strong and especially be patient!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Hey Sam my comment was referring to trading in a margin account not about FB in general although I'm very happy with my FB investment. I just wouldn't want to worry about it being called away from me because some inexperienced investors overreacted and gave their shares away causing the stock price to tumble temporarily triggering the minimum maintenance clause and allowing for my shares to be called away.
Trading in a margin account will get you broke real fast. When the call comes they will sell everything you have until they satisfy the margin call. At least if you buy in a cash account you have the luxury of time to wait for the stock to recover.
There is a difference between not responding to a comment and deleting a message, don't you think?