Not we, YOU need to bash.
Like your other personalities you are tedious and now.....ta da! Ignored.
Too tedious for my tastes. Sorry.
Ok, I'll answer.
I have a small order in but not a shareholder yet. Not a widely followed technology company so that appeals to me. I'm tired of gamed stocks, this company seems to not be in that league, thank goodness. Nice dividend also.
We'll see how it goes.
I certainly wish I had bought shares in Buffet's early days at BK and had had the patience to hold them all these years.
Well, looks like "investors" were not pleased that the company is not handing $10,000 special dividends this month. Hence they switched on the mindless behavior and sold. The most trying aspect of owning shares of this firm is that "investors" have such a large say in the value of your investment. And as I have stated in past posts these shares are the domain of a great many gunslinger types. I do strongly support legislation making such gambling behavior onerous through draconian tax levels. I'm very tired of the mindless buying and selling of gamblers.
While I agree the company will do well, the slowdown in the oil patch is hurting the performance of some entities whose purchase was somewhat amateurishly timed.
At a return of over 13%, they should be buying back shares, not incurring a yield obligation by selling shares.
If I was a potential new investor, RAS, at a dividend yield of over 13%, would not be part of my due diligence. Considering the yields of the rest of the reit sector, RAS has a severe problem. Why does management feel they need to lay such a thick layer of frosting on what seems to be an otherwise decent cake? If the business RAS is in has such profitability then the reit arena would be packed with a horde firms rushing in to get on the bandwagon.
I keep reading of a recent sale but no mention of the loss of income due to the sale. Can anyone fill in my knowledge gap please?