yahoo stock message boards used to be fun, interesting, & easy to follow.
To say that yahoo screwed them up might be the biggest understatement in history.
Are there any 'good' stock message boards out there ?
Well it's looking like those of you on this board who told me to sell were right…….so far
Down to around $83.00 pre-market.
I bought for the stable dividend & as far as I know that will remain after the merger.
So right or wrong, I'm going to hold.
Correction: I sold August 35$ calls @ .70 cents last Friday. Not 45's
Looking real good so far. Stocks almost always come back to 'fill the gap'
"Analysts were pounding the table at 130"
That's why you NEVER NEVER NEVER listen to ANALysts
"Yea. Let us listen to a so called "conservative" who was married 3 times, with the first 2 ending because of affairs. He can REALLY be trusted"
Were you as critical of Clinton when he was getting a you what (in the white house) from a woman young enough to be his daughter ?
Disclaimer: I sold all shares of Exelon @ $36.575 on June 30th 2014
At approximately 11:21 AM on Friday August 1st 2014, I bought a hypothetical 100 shares each of EXC WEC SO & DUK & placed them in a watch list.
DUK 1OO @ 73.09
EXC 1OO @ 31.78
SO 1OO @ 43.45
WEC 1OO @ 43.75
I picked Wisconsin energy to be the best performer & bought shares in my brokerage account.
Returns As Of Monday April 20th
"If anyone is ever swayed by these patently simplistic and frankly horribly written bromides, ie: "ultimate stock alerts" then God help our nation"
Some people must be swayed, otherwise they wouldn't keep posting.
I weep for our nation
Had the Bear Creek cheddar yesterday.
I topped it with a little pepper & lawry's seasoning. It was very good.
At $1.98, it's a bit more expensive than other brands, but I'll buy it again.
X-Cel energy XEL (Formerly NSP Northern States Power) is the the biggest energy company in my home state of Minnesota.
I held the stock back in the 90's
Should have held onto it :(
Correction: A 50% gain vs a LOSS of over 30%
Good info Judge Smails
Knowing this, I have to agree that a DRIP would make sense for someone who wants to invest on a monthly basis.
Now get back on the green & practice, practice, practice Elihu.
Ty & Danny have been playing very well lately :)