I knew you'd come back with that 6b, you always do :(
I trade some but am more than 2k shares long and stand to inherit another half of 5k shares someday. I would not call myself a daytrader at all.
would a drop under 32 concern you? did the ceo 4B giveaway concern you?
i expect the stock to go to $60+ by 2020 with a 5.4% div based on what RK had said he is planning on doing.
don't get too cocky on T, vz missed and I am pretty sure vz is the stronger of the two :(
vz will take us south today I believe
you have to wonder why they raised their div 2 cents, why not just 1 cent and make your numbers? now i wonder how bad Ts numbers will be, I own both.
I am surprised at this miss in earnings
I did the same for 17 years at a large corporation as well.
I used to think someday we would have a meeting to discuss meetings. I used to nod off at times and I was in my 20s, 30s, and early 40s then LOL. The manager would stress over which words to use for minutes at a time in our presentation to his higher ups. And I talking about 1 word or a simple cojugation or something very minor. Me and the other admin in his ofice would look at one another and try not to go beyond a grin and bust out in laughter. Oh the fear and then there were the manager's in the technical areas that would insist that overrunning their budget was the right thing today or next years's budgets would be cut.
I look back and just wonder how much waste there is all over this world in double & triple counting the beans. Being a beancounter was not fun for me. Of course the co never bounced a paycheck.
oh? eat your words
"Investors would have done well to follow Buffett into Bank of America, but returns for mere investing mortals on Goldman have been ho-hum. Bank of America is up 80 percent in the past two years, even though it's still well behind top peers on profitability and loan growth. Goldman has jumped about 44 percent since Buffett invested in 2008, trailing the S&P 500 by about 37 points.
"Bank of America plays into Buffett's affection for distressed assets," Polini said, adding, "Bank of America is turning into Wells Fargo right now." "
"The sweet terms Buffett has extracted in snapping up stakes in financial companies at times of crisis, including American Express (AXP) (way back in the 1960s), Bank of America (BAC) and Goldman Sachs (GS), which were the signature post-crash Buffett bailout bets, led to multibillion-dollar returns"
So does this mean IBM is not a POS? LOL
$200 a distant dream for IBM. What's worse MCD or IBM ?
t.ricky, someone has to pay for Obama handouts. someone has to pay for GM's handout. you know someone has to pay to bail out Detroit, if you have any $, you need to pay your fair share says the Pres.
Want to guess who he pardons on his way out the door?
sho nuf, how he be doin' ? no one cares about his skin color but you. whine whine whine or as you'd say wine wine wine