If AT bankrupted: this is the worst case, I may set stop loss at $2 to minimize.
If AT operated so so, stock flat at low lever, i will collect the dividend even only 3-4% .
If AT continued to drop, there might be a buyer coming , that should be good for us.
If AT runs well. stok will up and dividend will up, that is great, and I can sleep well with more monthly cash.
I am planned to hold as long as three years.
Any new idea, and I hope that i can get help from you.
I understand that few small or big investors sold their AT, and hope it continue down, then they will buy back. They still watch the market news and the board. Wish it down and down........and purchasing!
It is an unknown game. I just hope no bankrupt, no chapter 11. Lost may be gained in few years. If I sell now, I am affraid........is it too late?, and if it up in the near future.
I agree, the market operators such as big holders, banks and mutual funds sell/buy this stock to down the price, and they can make money.
I do not like sell this stock, but i also do not like this stock for now. I am disappointed. But, only the hope is for LONG, Now, we just figure that the dividend will be cut in next year. If no cut, what will be happened?
I am interesting in buy more next week. It is low now. It is almost the bottom. It is income by collecting dividend. But, I hope that the bull market will be longer.
This information was from fidelity investment,and they put it on AT stock. However, I did not check it careful.
DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- AT&T Inc. today announced the consideration payable in connection with its previously announced tender offers (the “Maximum Tender Offers”), which commenced on November 5, 2013 to purchase an aggregate principal amount of up to $2,285,117,000 (the “Maximum Tender Amount”) of the outstanding debt securities (the “Notes” and each a “series” of Notes) listed in the table below. The Maximum Tender Offers will expire at 11:59 p.m., New York City time, on December 4, 2013 unless extended (such date and time, as the same may be extended, the “Maximum Tender Expiration Date”).
Thank you, the trust owns oil wells , and the wells are making money to SDR/trust.
i thought the well's operation will be controlled by others. is it like a "REIT"?
Sorry about my poor knowledge.