Had your grandfather had the stock behind a tax deferred facility like an IRA and dividend reinvestment occurred, would think that what your grandmother would have inherited would have grown significantly without having to pay the yearly capital gains. The withdrawal from the IRA if only the dividends were taken when paid would be considered as ordinary income from a tax perspective as I understand it. Perhaps you could work up that scenario and then explain to your grandmother, "Grandma, Grandpa didn't do you any favors by what he did"
CEFL announced .3537/share for June, there is a wave pattern of sorts on dividend payouts that should continue up thru the August dividends. I stepped in on that position for $500 dividend payment but looks to be around $577 for my dividend payout for me in June.
Noticed something on PVHO website, the number of full time employees appears to have gone from 8 to 3. This leads me to believe that perhaps the company did not have the capacity to crank out the kiosks. With the next set of 800 to go out the door, I'm thinking manufacturing may have been outsourced to some place like China.
I don't do a lot of trading to scalp shares myself as I learned the more I trade, I tend to do stupid things. When I do trade now its to get better balance for growth and obviously more dividends now. Added to both CFP and CLM last week, I like companies that pay good dividends but have fewer funds, they seem to do a lot better at providing returns rather than companies that might have a basket of 15 or more funds. Did decide to step in on CEFL for the next couple of months.
Time frame sounds in line with the agreement
Alaska Airlines, a division of Alaska Air Group ALK, announced plans to introduce two new routes from Nov 5, 2015. CEO Brad Tilden announced that the carrier will introduce new flights (on a daily basis) to connect the cities of Portland and Eugene with Austin, TX and San Jose, CA respectively. The move is in line with the company’s objective to expand operations as well as improve customer satisfaction.
You might gain a few more shares if you are nimble, the bigger question that folks are wondering about is if CLM will continue to pay .3680/share past September 2015 and for how long.
I used to do robotic trading with Forex, problem is, it is only as good as the software and the parameters that you can modify. You are absolutely correct about making scads of money in Forex, biggest sandbox to be trading in AND the leveraging is just something you really can get trading equities unless you are trading options. Options in Forex are much cheaper and the logic used in placing trades in Forex is far superior to what they let you play in equities. Fidelity does let you pick and choose the lots that you want to sell, and now Fidelity is starting to provide best pricing for trades, I give Fidelity 2 thumbs up. Course I've been juggling about $250K in trading for what I did in Fidelity in May alone, maybe they are taking better care of me as a frequent trader.
Apple does have some egg on it's face for the recent grounding of some flights that were using Apple maps. Apple does have a lot of cash offshore and Apple would be in a position to take that huge cash pile offshore and buy something offshore. Apple was quick to snag a camera developer from Nokia after the Microsoft deal went thru. $14.5B? Anything is possible I guess, but don't see Nokia accepting at a minimum a break even price.
The title of the article is "Windows 10 "unequivocally better" than OSx on Apple's new MacBook"
I am not surprised and it is a kick in the teeth to Apple.
How about you share half that bar of EXLAX with him, then you can both compete to see who claims the bragging rights who expelled the biggest and foulest stench pile, whaddya say, you know that it ain't Dove chocolate you've been savoring.
any educated guesses?
What I find more offensive is the sheer volume of advertising for Ultimate Stock Alerts and some others, those come with such frequency that you are constantly putting them on ignore. As for as anyone else that rants and raves about political, race, ethical, or moral issues not related to this equity, just put those on ignore. Learn to use the ignore button but most likely half the screens you will get have ignored users on them
I read it - it looks very promising indeed.
Frontier raised its quarterly dividend in 2015 and as it stands now, Frontier has a 7.87% annual yield. Perhaps your rant should not be against this deal but rather, you should be questioning why yield on Verizon is only 4.41%.
Middleclass, according to your President you voted for he says I am in the top 1%, unfortunately I am in the 99% of the top 1% that has to pay taxes. When I get into the top 1% that doesn't pay taxes maybe I will consider you for a job as a lawn boy, course you'll have to work cheaper than Juan when he comes up from Mexico every year.
That was only for my brokerage account, I don't have to pay capital gains behind my IRA and Roth accountS, if I had to pay capital gains on approximately $495K from 2014, does that give you a better clue?
On Yahoo, looks to be very positive out the gate, so looked to see how much spare change I had, enough to buy another 13.8K shares. Hopefully PVHO wakes up from its long, long slumber.