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Philip Morris International Inc. (PM)

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112.51-0.41 (-0.36%)
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    Jon
    Jon
    Fed expected to raise rates as bond proxy type stocks (like PM) retreat; temporary not to worry and get your panties in a bunch....lol
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    Robert
    Robert
    i think it is time for an uptick in this stock.
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    Wallstfan
    Wallstfan
    And down she goes again along with MO. As soon as they mention a rate hike. Got to love Wall Street. Looks like $110 soon
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    John
    John
    The dumping just won't stop.
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    Jennifer
    Jennifer

    The trading setup for PM looks very enticing. Not sure how https://hotstocks123.blogspot.com finds all these incredible trade ideas but im happy.

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    Tom
    Tom
    Can anyone explain why when the dividend is raised investors start selling off the stock? PM has been pretty much dumping since 9/7
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    Greg Carrillo
    Greg Carrillo
    Is anybody else going broke with this stock.
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    Money Mike
    Money Mike
    This sector is getting crushed. I am holding onto my pm shares and I will be looking to add to them when they stop going down
  • j
    john
    john
    Talk about stepping on your own #$%$, one billion for anti smoking
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    Steve
    Steve
    Where the hell is KLONG?
  • J
    John
    John
    What's the deal with this thing?
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    stefanos
    stefanos
    Dividend raised 2.9% to 1.07. More than I thought.
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    Steve
    Steve
    PM raises div to $1.07.
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    Greg Carrillo
    Greg Carrillo
    Just like mo/khc/mdlz this stock sucks also!
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    Robert
    Robert
    dividend raise probably midweek.
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    John
    John
    There's a lot of manipulation today in the option pricing.
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    william
    william
    With MO down to $62 per share, the time for PM to make a play on Altria is now. They could offer .75 shares of PM for each share of MO. That would value MO at $89 per share; a 40% premium of where it's trading now. PM Management, now is your chance.
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    Jon
    Jon
    Robert was referring to this statement from Barron's, Price target $134 - $135:

    We consider PMI's strong underlying core earnings growth attractive and are more bullish on its potential for incremental earnings from its iQOS reduced risk platform after our recent iQOS channel checks in Europe. We believe PMI's near term focus is on spending to build consumer awareness and drive trial, which appears to be working: it added 8,000 new iQOS users per day in July, over twice the estimated January pace. We continue to believe our EPS estimates are likely conservative, with potential upside driven by further gains from iQOS. We raise our 2017E EPS from $4.90 to $4.93 (on currency ) and our 2018E EPS from $5.70 to $5.76 (on currency) and raise our target price from $134 to $135.
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    Robert
    Robert
    Barrons article yesterday raises PM earnings for the year to $4.90-4.93 easily allowing a dividend raise shortly.
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    Jon
    Jon
    Draghi's recent statement on currencies have driven Euro to all time highs which should have a positive effect on PM earnings.

    This can be topped off with a 5 to 6 cent increase in PM's dividend.