Yep, got it. I got the wrong symbol. Makes sense now. Thanks. I am also going to buy a bit more. The dividend history looks good, especially through the rough years of 2008/2009.
Oh, Rodger That !!!
I dont get it. The report said: "We also announced a $0.06 dividend per share, representing a yield of 7.5%." Where do you get 30 cents. And, how do they calculate 7.5% yield when .06 time 4 per is is only 3%?
It was a 7 billion dollar company that was taken private by KKR. Who is next?
I am hoping rates continue moving up and FRO can reduce it's debt and put itself in a position in the future to start paying a dividend.