Correct, I own shares of both........preferred in a Roth IRA, and common in the brokerage acct for income monthly. Stick with both for stability in your portfolio, one of my core holdings.
Following oil and gas down under for some time, own Linc Energy for the long haul.....picked up some Beach today for the long haul also. We will see if it has legs to stand on. They have the experience in those producing basins, and I expect they will transfer over into the Ackaringa basin to the west of Cooper basin as it develops.
One of the reason I skipped Tesla Motors.....too many if's for mucho risk at stake. GLTA if you own it.
I agree, however I did look over their reviews on Coffee makers trying to find the best for brewing the perfect Cup-O-Joe. Passionate about a great cup of coffee....I found one they did not even list in their review.
Most of the read it for auto purchases, appliances, toasters, coffee makers, gym gadgets, and other consumer goods. Now I ask you idiot, do you get your medical advice from consumer reports? Doctors write scripts, give professional advice, and advise patients for weight loss alternatives, not consumer reports. Consumer Report subscriptions are growing far less than the Belviq's patient scripts.......you can take that to the bank looser.
Let's face it, the world is fat. Buy ARNA and your wallet will also be fat over time.
Eisai, has recently hired a medical director for Mexico......I think we will be selling a lot of pills if he wants to keep his job.
Rydex funds sold 2/28/14 out of two funds, but added more on 2/28/14 to another fund. What's of interest is the two funds selling were small blend micro strategy Russell 2000 1.5x and 2.0x funds trading leveraged equitys. Selling out of the leveraged equity small cap funds and adding shares to a MidCap growth fund. Shares added 43,090 to their existing holdings into a fund focused on mid cap growth in the health care sector, telling me they went from short side to long side. They are listed in the top 25 of the funds holding ARNA. Just some FYI to chew on for the shorts.
A nice review so far on reading it over......IPO's can get real scary. Potential on the first day $13 to $15 could get wiped out right off the bat. I will sit on the sidelines on this one, and may regret it. My last IPO buy was PSXP bought at $31.15 sold at $48.15 in 7 months.
Averaged in at $4.944.....many in the low $2's. I never disclose holdings, but when I sell it all it will add a quarter million to the pile of investments. Will sell half at 150% gain, and hold the rest. A long time coming, time to turn it into dividend paying stocks.
Already holding for five years now.........tired of waiting, show me the money so I can sell half, and hold the remainder long term. Good news, none the less.
Eisai will double the sales force as they open new markets, it's a no brainer hiring process they are already working on. I'll bet they have a compliment of resume resources already pouring in from Mexico to begin narrowing down the selection.