The street is digesting the earnings numbers, the 50 day trend is still up. Dividend players will be buying the next 30 days... ex-dividend date(s/b) on /around 5/28.
So Nuthead, you're shorting before next Tuesday earnings call?... a word to the wise, don't get caught on the wrong side of the trade.
From Earnings Whisper
1st Quarter Ending March 2015
Earnings Whisper ®: $2.52
Consensus Estimate: $2.48
Surprise Expectation 1:
Release Date: [confirmed] 4/21/2015
Expected Time 2: 7:25 AM ET
The trading range is $196-206...needs to break through on high volume. With earnings coming later this month could be the catalyst on the trend for the next 12 months.
Is that a full pension with no penalty for leaving early? heard from a co-worker that the WARN is getting to expensive for the company to continue, maybe one last push to get the people nearing retirement to take the offer.
Hold LMT as one of your long-term core investment, company has continue to grow with state of the art defense technology, paying down their debt, shareholders value with returns & dividends. just open your morning newspaper... it's not pretty out there.
I have heard of Quick & Reilly, opened a Schwab account about 20 years ago and have been happy with them and their fees are competitive. Retired at the end of Jan. and plan to stay with the company savings plan and my current SMA with VOYA, I like the choices and can still pull the ESOP dividend twice a year. But after 60 days... started a part-time job at Levi's stadium to work the tours & special events, just too many hours in a day!
loved those old 'EF Hutton' commercials...where everyone is ease dropping the conversation.
Who eventually bought them out?
Ditto...but these message boards are sound boards that you just ignore.
The M&Ms are pushing this down to buy cheaper.
The difference between the price at which a market maker is willing to buy a security and the price at which it is willing to sell the security. The market-maker spread is the difference between the bid and ask price posted by the market maker for a security. It represents the potential profit that the market maker can make from this activity, and it's meant to compensate it for the risk of market making. Banks and brokerages foster liquidity by making markets in stocks, and in return earn substantial profits from their market-making activities.
Why?....look at Apple when they did a 7 for 1 split, it's just the 'nature of the beast' when buying a stock at a cheaper price. I'm buying for the rally as new investors buy into the stock.
Sentiment: Strong Buy