LMFAO. Same story. SnowScat says he's owned PG for over 20 years too, but won't sell even though he hates the company.
Translation: He can't sell. He has no control over his money. My guess is it's in a trust fund. Mommy/Daddy bought the stock, and wisely put it somewhere Junior couldn't get his money-grubbing hands on the principal.
If Yahoo wanted to censor you they would ban your IP address. Your aliases are being shut down because your fellow board members have been reporting you for spamming the board. I used to do the same thing to you all the time, because you're annoying, and because I liked watching you fly off the handle in a self-righteous rage when it happened. I can't believe you still haven't figured it out all these years later. What a #$%$. LMFAO.
What would you put the money into instead? That's the big question these days. There aren't a ton of bargains in the US market. JNJ is a decent choice as any for people who want to own high quality companies but don't want to invest their money overseas.
"We're in a recession/depression, remember? It's not about you and your bonuses."
Yes, it is. Not that P&G is unique in this regard. Welcome to advanced capitalist society.
Yes, I shall think about it one more time.
"...hows about another dividend announcement.
...they need some of that
to run the company?"
It's like a haiku. Complex in it's lack of complexity. The meaning is only revealed as the multiple layers are removed like a lovers corset, gingerly and with care. Masterful.
This stock still has room to run. On a personal note, I'd like to thank the haters who literally laughed at me for buying this. That's the moment I knew I had a winner on my hands.
"no company would let their stock get this high, and not split it long ago"
Google, Apple, Berkshire Hathaway, Visa, MasterCard, Priceline, Chipotle, Netflix, WW Grainger, Amazon, BlackRock, AutoZone, The Washington Post, Intuitive Surgical, NVR, White Mountains Insurance, Markel, Diageo, Alleghany, Regeneron, IBM, Costco, Wynn Resorts, Panera Bread, PPG Industries, Chevron, Sherwin Williams, LinkedIn, Union Pacific...
I could go on all day.
...and right on cue you spaz out. I joined the board in 2010, by the way.
"Blah blah blah. Look at me. I have money. Blah blah blah."
You're one of the most insecure people I've ever seen. The size of your bank account seems to be the only source of your self-worth, because you bring that up every time someone points out the dumb things you say.
In a way I understand. Most people who are born into wealthy families and never had to make their own way in life have low self-esteem. Mommy and Daddy did you a disservice by setting up that trust fund.
I bought both in equal amounts. Combined they're about 5% of my portfolio. Enough to move the needle, but not enough to tank my portfolio if things unexpectedly go south.
Nothing to see here. Just another incoherent rant from a spoiled alcoholic who inherited his money from Mommy and Daddy.