2010 Taurus is my daily driver. 2003 ford pickup is my extra. Wife has a 2008 Acura mdx. Have to confess. Gpt is buying me a swimming pool. Getting it installed right now.
tell me about it
I know they are volatile
but good grief
the reason I finally bought it was the high price targets
seems the other brokers would come out and defend their high targets with this joker putting out a $1 price target
I'm sticking with it
I've got 30 years til I need the money so I've got plenty of time
but according to BMO, that's a luxury SNTA doesn't have
my point was that the stock will be UP tomorrow
EBITDA being up a lot is good
I bought this in the summer of 2012 for $1.23 average
and you want in huh? who's the clown?
I have been waiting on a chance to sell into strength, and being up 300% in two years is pretty good, don't you think?
I think the company has turned the corner and the stock price will reflect that, I also think that my chance for another 300% gain here on top of my current 300% gain (if it reaches $3.70 today) isn't going to happen again
that's why I am going to sell it
better to stay quiet and let everyone think you are stupid than to open it and remove all doubt
my definition of a 1st quarter dividend is PAID in the 1st quarter
not announced - or ex-date being in the 1st quarter
guess I need to align my definition of a1st quarter dividend with GPT's
BALTIMORE, March 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
I think it means you have to be a "total post" to buy their recommendations.
Goldman Small Cap Research, a stock market research firm focused on the small cap and micro cap sectors, has issued a new company research report on Everlert, Inc. (EVLI). Through its Totalpost Services, Inc. subsidiary, Everlert, Inc. is a prominent provider of mail management equipment and systems and is entering the security-screening segment later this year.
The Company's innovative and diverse product offerings provide a unique edge compared with other suppliers in the multi-billion dollar industry. These offerings range from typical mailroom equipment and services to critical functions such as disaster planning and recovery and even x-ray cabinet security screening for mailroom and high profile commercial buildings.
In the Goldman Opportunity Research report on the Company, analyst Rob Goldman outlines his investment thesis.
"Everlert primarily sells and distributes products produced by its sister company, Totalpost™, one of the only manufacturers and suppliers of high quality remanufactured and compatible postage ink cartridges and ribbons that are U.S. Postal Services approved.
I think you are looking at a substantial rise in the dividend coming soon, historically the company pays what, about 40% of EPS in dividends
do the math with the trailing earnings per share numbers
the 52 week low changes to 3.98
I own a block of shares at 3.75, and another smaller block at 4.05, adjusted cost is 4.005 (according to etrade if memory serves)
I transferred my account over to interactive brokers based on conversation on this board
I transferred it back to e-trade, their platform stinks (customer service does too), and I guess I'm just too stupid to figure it and or probably just lack the patience also, I'm currently waiting for the assets to come back over I can't remember my exact cost adjusted basis
looks as if I'll have to wait to brag about owning it below the 52 week low until mid September when it dipped below 4 for a couple of days
but I will brag, don't worry