more gangrene, arm is green again, 14 pts above intc, both 24 at same time.
Wallisweaver – 9/18/2013
[If Intel was interested was interested in ARM, they could just wait two years and buy them for under $10 a share.]
starve? let the gov't cut their own pay to pay for other things, no more taxes. no more handouts. Gov't pay is insane. Just read last weekend where a city manager is making over 500k, a small city is orange county Ca.
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AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) may be thought of as a stodgy widows-and-orphans stock that doesn't offer much prospect for an exciting return.
But how exciting is the idea of receiving more than six times your original investment back in aggregate dividends payments?
If you're a fan of cash flow, that should get your wallet pretty excited.
AT&T Inc. is the second-largest U.S. wireless telecommunications company, serving over 100 million customers.
One can probably see how this could be a lucrative investment over the long haul. Millions of customers already use their services. Meanwhile, mobile data consumption is growing rapidly.
Additionally, AT&T is wrapping up its acquisition of DirecTV (DTV). Acquiring the largest satellite television provider in the U.S. will give AT&T access to a larger subscriber base. With many other services to offer, AT&T plans to bundle services and grow its revenue per subscriber. Of course, the deal also diversifies the revenues.
Their massive network gives AT&T competitive advantages as the business scales. It's incredibly expensive and time consuming to build out a network large enough to service millions of customers in an efficient manner. That means that the major players have secured their position in the market.
For AT&T, the future looks bright. Meanwhile, the reported financial results show a past that's not all that dim either.
Revenue is up from $40.8 billion in 2004 to $128.8 billion in 2013. That's a compound annual growth rate of 13.6%. Of course, there were the game-changing acquisitions of SBC Communications and BellSouth during this time frame.
Not surprising, profits have also been growing nicely. Earnings per share increased from $1.50 to $3.39 during this period. That translates into a compound annual growth rate of 9.48%. Not so stodgy after all.
That growth has allowed the company to reward its shareholders.
The company has increased its dividend for the past 31 consecutive years. Based on its competi
we are? wow what i find shocking is you're dumber than I thought you were and that is almost impossible as I think youre about the dumbest #$%$ I have ver run across on the yahoo threads. Need some proof I have it :
22-Feb-12 05:04 pm
Two out of every three people receiving stock dividend payments are rich, many totally, incredibly rich and should be paying more taxes instead of us soaking the middle class. I'm sick of the deadbeat rich who are unwilling to carry their fair share of the load...
iamgarce, come on garce did you listen to the KMI CC? you're better than this. I am sure the same will come up again at the analyst day tomorrow.
rebel, i must have oilman on ignore for a reason and that's where he is staying :) He is just upset cause he was wrong and for us longs that's a good thing :)