The lower boundary condition for any stock is zero. When you deploy your capital that becomes a possible future for it. Once you embrace that reality an incredible calm will permeate your psyche, grasshopper.
Oops..... Don't look now but it's up 16c after market. You might want to use your flex seal somewhere else. I could recommend a place for you.
Please don't disrespect that half cent, infoscott. The div is 27.5c, not 27c. That little half cent is gonna buy me and my woman and extra couple of Caribbean cruises with drinks every year plus a trip to Ireland for St Patty's Day every year based on the quantity of shares I collected in the twos. Who says retirement ain't fun? All it takes is moolah. Thank you glbl.
You can think these prices today are actually 27.5c less because you get the div on the 17th that has already been announced. So a buy at 3.7 is really a buy at 3.425. This stock is the best deal I've found in the market since 2009.
Typically by the time all clouds surrounding a stock dissipate the bulk of the gains have too. The volatility may be larger than the div, but glbl sp is poised to double or triple when it's obvious to even the analysts that the sky over it is all clear and that potential price increase swamps the fear of volatility in my mind. The time to be long is now to capture the capital gains and the div as well. Tomorrow's action will be interesting as I believe it should be trading north of $6 already and I'd rather be long before it gets there and not after the fact, and be on the right side of that huge cash dividend to boot.
Wants, I'm averaged in at 3 bucks with all I need, but if it drops below 3 again I'll pick up some more. I'd be very surprised that it would drop below 3 again, though. I'm only in glbl, I'm not buying any sune or terp. I prefer glbl's better financials and their monster div.
Another reason sheeple sell, or never buy, is their broker told them to. My broker (I won't mention the company name, but it's huge in the business and the founders initials are C.S.) has an F rating on glbl, the lowest they assign. I get the impression that they would give it an F-minus-minus-minus if they had that level on their grading scale. Well, the seadestiny1 rating for glbl is A+plus+plus+plus! But then I've put a rule in place over twenty years ago for my investments: I earned it, I saved it, only I get the right to lose it. That one rule assigns all accountability for my investing squarely on my own grey cells and, as a result, I have noticed that I very rarely agree with the "pros" on when to buy or when to sell a stock.
I don't know what you're referring to. Are you asking about the India project that they pre-paid sune last December? I believe that is to be transferred to glbl by end of 2016.
Wellll Johnny looks like you missed the div and now the cap appreciation on the sune news this morning. Oh well.
Info, I think johnnys game is to cast doubts by asking seemingly naive questions with negative undertones. I doubt he's long glbl at all. Not worth the typing effort to respond to his posts, imo.