OK Boys & Girls, it's time to guess how much JNJ will increase its dividend. Normally, the Board will announce sometime mid-April. My guess this year will be about 9%. Anyone else?
Spring has sprung and it's that time of the year to guess how much JNJ will increase its dividend. Yes folks, old JNJ will be raising it dividend again this year while lesser companies will flat line or cut.
So what percentage do you think? My guess is 8%
Surprised there hasn't been any discussion on the board on the recent announcements by Coke and Pepsi to bring to market diet drinks that incorporate Splenda. Any thoughts as to what impact this will have on JNJ earnings in the future? Has to be good new for McNeil Specialties and therefore JNJ.
More evidence that JNJ is a lot more than a drug company.
It is interesting to note that the doomsayers ie
galbg,flspindoctor and the like squealed with delight when JNJ,
along with most other drug companies, hit the skids
earlier in the year (remember our "gal" Bueno?),but are
noticeably silent when JNJ is on the move. Fear not, the
"doomsayers club" will be back in force if and when JNJ
If you will "NEVER" buy J&J then
why would you hang out on this board? You contribute
nothing other than dribble and occasional vulgarity. I
think you should get a life and take your act
To get into the annual
meeting you need to be a shareholder. I thought you
bragged you were out of J&J a long time ago. What are you
planning to do..... enter the Hyatt through the service
FlSpinDoctor is a jerk. He and his daddy
apparently got a bad deal from J&J so he spends his time
blasting the company. Since he is such an astute investor
you would think he would spend his time on the
"telecom" boards. He adds absolutely nothing here.
I am holding some Oct 30 options. Though they
have risen a bit, and I still have time on them, I am
thinking about when we get closer to the expiration
whether to convert or rollover. Your thoughts would be
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