Got to live the dividend
Check out PBR 36% dividends
Did not work out the way the trendline planned. That's okay. I'll take my 10% on my money and definitely get out with another 5%.
Over 250% since this post. Plus dividends are still in the high 8% yield. Still a good buy
Been adding since this post.
Terrific business model.
Looking for 20 by end of 2022
$AMC- I owe much success to studying and trading to this music
is AMC about to take flight?
special note. Uo 212% since post.
Plus 2 years dividends. Another year and a half I have my initial cost back and 2500 free shares. I.like this one
Shorts are going through those 100k shares available...soon there’s zero shares available and short borrowing fee starts to exponentially rise again starting at 11%. Short borrowing fee could be high 20’s % before Hearing starts.
I'm guessing this goes between 80% Stochastics ($9.09) and 70% RSI ($10.91)
I'll take either one.
I'll keep the 70% or 700% or 7000% gains for the OTC stocks. lol
And off we go.....
Up up and away until that divvy.....
Ummm no that chart is super bearish
I am Nearing Retirement and Have Heard of
This High Dividend Fund/Stock.
Is it a Very Good time to Put away 10,000.00
at this time ??
Skimming Off some of my Stocks Trying to Find
a Good Place to Put it for Dividend Income Later.
Also when Interest Rates are Maybe Going up
is this an area to be or Wait ??
$AM Shares of several oil companies are trading higher as oil prices gain despite a build in crude inventories. Severe weather in Texas has recently impacted supply, which has given prices a boost.
Double top on chart topped put...Articles don't mean shiiiid....Its the technical analysis ill buy back at 6.50 see ya
$AM JPMorgan Chase warned in early March that the oil market could be on the cusp of a "supercycle" that sends Brent crude skyrocketing as high as $190 a barrel in 2025. https://www.cnn.com/2020/06/18/investing/oil-price-spike-jpmorgan/index.html
$20's coming $AM
$AM Fourth Quarter 2020 Earnings Highlights:
Net income was $76 million, or $0.16 per share, compared to a $(0.29) per share net loss in the prior year quarter
Adjusted Net Income was $98 million, or $0.21 per share, a 5% increase compared to the prior year quarter (non-GAAP measure)
Adjusted EBITDA was $203 million, in line with the prior year quarter (non-GAAP measure)
Capital expenditures were $29 million, a 77% decrease compared to the prior year quarter
Free Cash Flow before dividends was $135 million, a 223% increase compared to the prior year quarter (non-GAAP measure)
Net Debt at quarter end was $3.1 billion and Net Debt to last twelve months Adjusted EBITDA was 3.7x, both consistent with September 30, 2020 (non-GAAP measure) https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/antero-midstream-announces-fourth-quarter-2020-financial-results-and-2021-capital-budget-and-guidance-301230371.html
$AM 100% BUY Antero Midstream Partners
Overall Average Signal calculated from all 13 indicators. Signal Strength is a long-term measurement of the historical strength of the Signal, while Signal Direction is a short-term (3-Day) measurement of the movement of the Signal. https://www.barchart.com/stocks/quotes/AM/opinion
The share price is attractive relative to dividend. I am a buyer.
$AM -DIVIDEND KING - Antero Midstream Announces Second Quarter 2020 Return of Capital and Earnings Release Date and Conference Call
No news, still rated buy, seems to be undervalued?
What happens post dividend?