"Just keeps going down"??? Pull up a maximum year price chart for this stock. And you worry about it pulling back a little from its all-time highs. All the utilities are down this year. It has to do with what the Fed is going to do with interest rates. I think your worry box is way too empty. If you want volatile stocks, go buy Apple or Netflix. That will really keep you up at night.
I've seen my doctor twice since the Affordable Care started. Not sure what all this losing your regular doctor BS is all about..
The sun aint shining in Fergus Falls today and it doesn't shine much during the winter time. I don't think OTTR is worried much about solar energy.
I'm no expert on the topography of west central Minnesota but I don't see how the downturn in fracking in western North Dakota has any effect on the service area of this utility.
What's all this have to do with NTI? Why don't you guys just #$%$ Facebook or some other chat venue to express your opinions.
Actually, that article you refer tp from Cramer, did have an Alliant Energy reference way at the bottom, as well as the Alliant Techsystems. You had to scroll all the way down. I thought the same thing when I first read it, but then I scrolled down. This rise in the stock must be do somehow to the very early cold weather we've been having in Alliant's service area.
Better than I expected with the very mild summer we had. They are going to increase the quarterly dividend by .04, .16 for the year. This is the same increase they made last year. They also increased their mid-range guidance. All in all, a favorable earnings report.
Why cut the pie in half and have half the apples in it. Splits don't mean a damn thing. It does allow lower income investors in at a lower price but historically splits have very little long term effect, especially with utilities. Wait and see what happens after this quarter's earnings. We had a very mild summer. I'm not expecting much with this quarters earnings.
You've been predicting this for months now. A broken clock is right at least twice a day, and you may be right some day or month or year. It all depends on the price of nat. gas. The latest predictions I've heard for nat. gas is a gradual rise to $5. The stock isn't going to $8 if that happens.
Incidentally, what price and time frame are your puts?
It all depends on the price of natural gas. I doubt that the price of which will fall out of bed taking HGT to below $8. The price of the units will either go up a little, stay the same, or go down a little. The Beta on this company's units is miniscule. I sleep like a baby at night.