Being an ex-smoker, I have no problem making money off of anyone that still chooses to smoke in this day and age. I quit cold turkey at a time when there were no aids to help you. My aid was Jolly Rancher candies. My son is one of those people that knows better and still smokes anyway. I tell him all the time that I make money every time he lights one up.
I didn't bash anyone. I'm just saying there may be more to this then what we're being told. I'm in the dump with you on this one.
Well right now not too many want to own it. It goes down more everyday. I'm waiting in the wings-if it gets cheap enough I'll buy back in. But oil isn't done going down yet.
I understand how it works. I still don't understand why someone like WB doesn't just buy all shares that hit the market. Sooner or later they would end up owning TPL and all the land with future royalties for 1 Billion market cap.
This page is a waste. No one ever discusses the stock. Fortunately, this is a stock you don't need to worry about. Just hold it and keep collecting the dividend. It's about as good an investment there is.
I'll be buying back in. I've been out for awhile, but it looks like management is doing a good job. Movies aren't going away anytime soon.
I've been watching this stock for some time now. I should've bought in months ago, but just watched it from the sidelines. We (my wife and I) hold shares of MIC in our retirement portfolio. I am having her sell them today and buy HASI.
This stock almost looks too good to be true. It just continues its share price appreciation and pays a great dividend. It looks like they continue growing their portfolio with interesting and profitable projects. Am I missing anything?
I'm just offering my opinion, but I feel like Diageo is one of those large companies suffering from what Warren Buffett calls the ABC's of Business Decay-Arrogance, Bureaucracy and Complacency. I don't feel like Brown-Forman suffers the same ills. So, IMO Diageo is wrong. I'll continue holding my BF-B shares.
I know this seems somewhat far-fetched, but could the new distillery in Ireland be the beginning of relocating the company for tax purposes?