If you believe that, you might as well "Text the word “Alerts” without quotes to FIVE FIVE FIVE EIGHT EIGHT EIGHT"
7 minute trader only provides one trade per week and it costs $49 per month, but they are consistent winners. Not good for a whole portfolio but a nice side income. For a whole portfolio, do your own research starting with AT&T.
That sounds real smart. Join the gang to run up the price of a stock our service bought a lot of yesterday. Then we will dump it and make ourselves a nice profit. We don't care what happens to you.
" tea party’s insane attempt to defund ACA by shutting down the government ". I bet Obama is wishing he had accepted the GOP suggestion to postpone Obamacare (aka ACA) for a year. It is not the tea party that is insane, it is Obamacare. And let's remember that it was not the GOP that closed down the Government, it was Obama and his instructions were to make it as painful to the average American as possible.
My guess is that Obama is doing everything he can to raise funds for the 2014 election. Or maybe he is just trying to learn something about how to manage. It is about time he learned.
They are paying 2 billion to AT&T which is about 40% of their annual revenue. They pay ten cents a quarter in dividends but only earn 6 cents a year. Their income statement shows no "Cost of Sales". They have a current ratio of 1.34 which is almost double that of AT&T. It all looks impossible.
Somehow I am not surprised that you know nothing about "goodwill". Have a Merry Christmas anyway.
Not only complicated but also antiquated. I got my accounting Degree in 1950. The whole world has changed since then, except accounting. "Goodwill" is part of that antiquity.
I think you would benefit from a course in accounting. Debt is not always a bad thing. T operates with a net profit margin of 5.84%. They pay about 4 1/2% on their debt. That extra 1.34% goes to the stockholders. A better use of the two billion dollars would be to pay off their accounts payable. T's .7% current ratio is nothing to brag about.
Intangible assets and goodwill are the excess of the amount paid for an asset over the book value. For example if you were to buy a share of AT&T stock for $34.00 this morning you would be buying $17.77 of "goodwill" since the book value of T is $16.23.
That's pretty funny the market rallying as the fed digs our grave. You can't print $35 billion a month and expect the dollar to maintain its value. .On the other hand, I guess the stock market is a pretty good place to be during the inflation.
With the upper Bollinger Band at $36, those amounts are well within reason.
I once thought that run up was a sure thing but last September ruined my confidence. In the middle of September it turned down and continued down until ex-dividend. Then an uncharacteristically it zoomed up.
The lower Bollinger band is that $33.75. There is only a 10% chance we will drop below that according to Bollinger theory. In the past two weeks we have been in that 10% area over half of the day's but rarely closed there.
There is no end to speculation these days. The market's going up; the market's going down. You pays your money and you takes your choice. The only thing we can be sure of is that it's not going to stay the same. You can put that into your computer and then figure out how to make it pay off. GOOD LUCK!!!
The stock chart is not much help.
Good point. I put you on ignore before you started adding the "new" in front of your name. I will stop competing for second place and put you on ignore again.