What is surprising that you don't have this person on ignore, unfortunately he still shows up until I log in, once logged in then he is completely a non entity.
History says Apple came begging on their knees for $150M loan from Microsoft, I wonder, did Jobs swallow?
Here are the upcoming amount on the monthly payouts for PSEC right up thru till June of 2014, dates listed in ex-dividend date, record day, and pay date order:.
$0.110275 2013-11-26 2013-11-29 2013-12-19
$0.1103 2013-12-27 2013-12-31 2014-01-23
$0.110325 2014-01-29 2014-01-31 2014-02-20
$0.11035 2014-02-26 2014-02-28 2014-03-20
$0.110375 2014-03-27 2014-03-31 2014-04-17
$0.1104 2014-04-28 2014-04-30 2014-05-22
$0.110425 2014-05-28 2014-05-30 2014-06-19
$0.11045 2014-06-26 2014-06-30 2014-07-24
All these are monthly dividend payers that have upcoming Ex-dividend dates from now till the rest of November. Me, I would rather be in a monthly dividend payer rather than something quarterly: These all have a yield 10% or higher
GGN / CFP / JMI / ARR / OAKS / JE / FSC / SLVD / GLDI / CLM / CRF / HIX / PSEC / FULL / BOXC / CFD
I have some parked in PSEC cause it has been steadily increasing the monthly divided. If she had her $180K in PSEC, it would give her roughly $180K / $11.20 share = 15929.20 share, with the upcoming payout on 12/19, she should get on a dividend 0.110275 /share or a payout on a dividend of $1,756.59 in a monthly dividend. You do have to be careful, but PSEC has had a good track record of increasing the monthly dividend per month well over 2 years now. Price doesnt seem to fluctuate much during the month either.
I met someone from FInland on a cruise in the Caribbean, he hosts a radio program there. Finns have their own perspective on the world, not my cup of tea but he seemed like a decent sort.
I didnt happen to see where that was completed yet, if you happen to know where it was posted that the deal was already completed and Nokia got their money, I would like to see that, because I have not seen it yet, have you?
Shareholders have to approve the deal, the vote on it has not yet taken place. Too many folks consider the deal already done, its not. There was an agreement and at this point that is still all that it is.
This is what they sold you.
Really, whats really up here?
That is unless the crowd at the exit doors is so large that you are being blocked from getting out quickly.
I am like real curious, because there are a lot more companies that earn a lot more money, like revenue in the billions, are trading for much much less. This looks like a suckers play, pure speculation, the folks that made the real money on it, made it yesterday, the rest will be stooges and fools chasing what is already gone.
I don't know about you, but with the changes that are being implemented, Yahoo is becoming the worst tool I've ever used. Not sure what their agenda is, but at this rate probably about 4 to 6 weeks away on hanging up on Yahoo. There are doing a fine job at branding anything related to Yahoo as a Worthless Tool.
Thats the American way, rip people off and then yell "NEXT" for the next set of suckers to step up to the plate.
All mobile devices that communicate, need a carrier to carry the signals that are transmitted and received. That is why you cannot go wrong with having a telecom in your portfolio or as one of the positions that you hold (and the dividends just make it a bit sweeter). Even Twitter requires every snippet to be sent using a carrier. Go with the carrier that has the largest number of wireless subscribers that continues to grow the base and low customer churn rates.
You should look into REITs, BDCs, MLPs, Royalty Trusts, ETNs, ETFs for those that pay monthly dividends and quite a few that have an annual dividend yield 10% or higher. Look for those that require a payout of 90% of the profits back to the shareholders by law and have a track record of consistent and steadily growing dividends.