Hello. I also own a fair amount of CYS, but I am starting to be more than a little concerned. Out of curiosity, are you still long and bullish on the stock? I would appreciate your response and any information you could provide. Thank you!
The whole point of my November 25, 2015 Post was to ask Boxwinner where he got the information HE posted on October 6, 2015. The month of November is almost over. There has been no Proxy vote nor any information regarding a reverse split that I have seen. As a long term hold of FGP myself, I wanted to know where Boxwinner saw or obtained his information from because it is very important to me in deciding whether or not I keep this stock. I have been very happy with the distribution for several years now. Thank you.
According to information I found there are 1.9B shares of MO. If those shares are divided equally into the 2.5B MO is supposed to receive in this transaction, that comes out to $1.315 per share in cash if my information and math is correct. I wouldn't mind receiving that amount as a special dividend as a result of this transaction. That's not even mentioning the shares of the new company MO is receiving.
Hello Simon168_99. That would be great if those other companies were interested in buying PYPL. Would you care to speculate about a possible sale price? I'm not sure whether to hold my shares of PYPL or to just sell them and possibly look at more V or MA. Thanks.
Does anyone have any information on how this sale is supposed to affect us as individual shareholders of MO? Do we as shareholders receive any of the cash involved or any of the shares of the new combined company that MO receives in the sale? We have held our shares of MO for several years and we are quite happy with the increasing dividends and appreciation of the stock. However, in this transaction MO is in fact selling a part of "our assets" in each share os SAB-Miller to BUD. It seems reasonable to me that we (all MO shareholders) should receive part of the proceeds of this sale for the part of SAB-Miller we are losing in our individual shares of MO.