Closed at 10.06 today. I wish I would have grabbed some of this.Thoughts on Frontier Communications Corp (FTR)?
It's taken a beating over the last month. Currently trading at $2.11 with a dividend payment of $0.42 (20%)
The dividend alone makes it interesting, but I guess they can always turn that off or cut it like they have in the past.
I've hung onto TWMJF and it's up 107% since I bought in. Still short though, so I'll hang onto it for a while. I think the Canadian weed market, especially with recreational expanding soon, could be a nice long term play.I'm interested in what you find, as I'd like to diversify a bit in the weed stocks. I've generally looked for those with specific patents or licensing along with companies who have multi-use (somewhat like sector diversification, if that's a word).
I've got these currently:
TWMJF - Canopy Growth Corporation
GBLX - Growblox Sciences
You didn't miss out on anything. They did a reverse stock split in the summer which is rarely a good thing.Closed at 10.06 today. I wish I would have grabbed some of this.
Ah ok, makes sense.You didn't miss out on anything. They did a reverse stock split in the summer which is rarely a good thing.
Frontier Reverse Stock Split: Good News Or Bad? - Frontier Communications Corporation (NYSE:FTR) | Seeking Alpha
MU is a current darling.
Beat earnings and all firms have increased their targets for 2018.
A little recap.
Micron (MU) Stock Finally Getting The Respect It Deserves
Expect to make an easy move to 65 in 2018. Many think higher.
I have some dividend stocks I've owned for a very long time.you guys going long or short term (or both?)
If you can't run a company that makes money, buy a reporting entity that will champion your decisions and make you feel good about yourself.Musk has found the authors of his next business model, & after news of cutting costs by hiring a bunch of college interns to head up Tesla's accounting department, I'm now bullish
My longterm stuff is in Vanguard index funds, so a tiny bit behind what the market does. Though every day I get closer to going full Ron Paul & putting it into gold, something is not right in the marketSo over the course of a year what percentage are you guys making on your overall portfolios?
I bought in last summer when it dipped below 11. Set the sell at 15 but it never hit. Now I'm basically even, but it pays a 5% dividend so I'm OK waiting for the rebound. Depending on how quick it climbs when it finally starts heading north I might tweak that sell price up.Ford is a bargain right now.
They are getting beat up with some short-term losses due to the recall. But the fundamentals are strong and their truck production alone will carry the stock up.
Buy it for under 11 tomorrow.
Sell at 14.50 inside of 8 months.
Right now my portfolio looks ugly because I have 1 turd that is killing me, but I'm too stubborn to take the loss and I'm pot-committed so I'm just waiting for a spike.So over the course of a year what percentage are you guys making on your overall portfolios?