When retail sales come out with a strong gain next Tuesday, as expected, the bull market will resume & Amazon will hit $350.
These types of stores have been closing for some time. They were worthwhile to have years ago, just to see what's out there that is new. Honestly, now I buy this stuff at Amazon/Staples/Lowes.
"The Mortgage Bankers Association said its seasonally adjusted index of mortgage application activity, which includes both refinancing and home purchase demand, rose 1.9 percent in the week ended July 4."
"The MBA's seasonally adjusted index of refinancing applications rose 0.4 percent, while the gauge of loan requests for home purchases, a leading indicator of home sales, increased 3.7 percent."
Motley Fool is a scam. They write stories for both bear & bull then target your Yahoo Finance headline based on your clicks/views to present a story that will get you to click.
The stock has surpassed earlier June highs & if it goes above the late April $337 number, it could quickly move up to the $350-4360 level.
As long as his mate/offspring are taken care of by the government, a male, knowing his progeny will survive, will naturally leave to go spread his genetic material with a different mate. That this is occurring is just part of the drive for survival of the species. However, the government programs that facilitate this are basically "breeding" a lower class of citizen for votes necessary to perpetuate power in a centralized government that will take care of them.
The company offers either debt or stock to investors so that the company can buy properties & charge rent. At any particular point in time there is an optimal capital mix that may favor debt or equity. In either case, a public company files an offering with the SEC so the terms are all known prior to the company's actions.
I bought this years ago after doing some research when my sister asked for recommendations for a divy paying stock. At the time people hated it, but including both cap appreciation & the divy, I'm sitting on a 660% return.
For some strange reason, all of the posts that were here are gone - not sure if that has had some impact. In any event, HCN is 83% institutionally owned so perhaps fewer retail posters available to comment.
Very cheap for me - I watch for free on my sister's account. Even with it being free, I watched only HoC (all in one week) & will binge-watch Orange/Black. Other than that I have no interest in anything else they offer because I've already watched anything decent.
This is the only post about a HUGE head & shoulders pattern? The stock needs to get above $380 quickly before forming a right shoulder. The top is at $455 & the neck is $330 - could be an epic fall.
Broke support @ $536 Fib 23.6% level. next level it can grab onto is Fib 38.2% @ $527, which is about where the stock will end up next week.
Actually 35 minutes in real time, lol - 17.99 @ 2:29 & 17.85 @3:34. It seems Yahoo had some issues. It's all good, BAC has huge earnings growth potential this year so the price will take care of itself.
I'll repost from yesterday: Motley Fool article expects BAC to have $21.2 billion in excess capital after next week's stress tests. There are 10.6 billion shares outstanding. At some point that cash will come back to shareholders, especially if these frivolous lawsuits stop.
Motley Fool article expects BAC to have $21.2 billion in excess capital after next week's stress tests. There are 10.6 billion shares outstanding...
The sun sets 100% of the time after close on Fridays & rises 100% of the time before open on Mondays...
This is the typical Apple investor that uses "once" instead of "wants"?
Okay, I assumed they did because they asked for it previously & at that time the estimate was $0.05 - $0.08 per share or about 20% of earnings. I'd expect the dividend payout to be higher than that because the bank is in much better shape. For comparison, the historical payout ratio for banks is 46%.
The Berkshire Hathaway deal will be voted on by stockholders on May 7 & the Bank's SEC filing (form 10-K) is including it in Tier 1 capital calculations for 2013.