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  • Microsoft: Party Like It's 1999 [View article]
    Agree with robiniv on a plus side, otherwise the author could have just published the title as the rest of it is nothing.
    Sep 18 06:00 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Microsoft - Potentially Higher Payouts To Come, But The Capital Gains Have Already Occurred [View article]
    Late?
    Sep 17 04:50 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Microsoft Looks Like A Sell [View article]
    This is like yesterdays news, (which by the way showed that Nokia was initially a hit to MSFT's financials, but not necessarily a long term mistake)
    Aug 28 06:39 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Breaking: Microsoft Will Unveil A Windows 9 Preview Next Month [View article]
    richjoy - you hit the nail on the head.
    Aug 22 06:22 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • It's Time To Short Microsoft [View article]
    Article makes no sense.
    Aug 6 06:09 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Microsoft And Intel Are Putting The 'Win' Back In Wintel [View article]
    Michael: your comment about David Trainer "calls a spade a spade" which makes him good, applies to you just as much. You are good. Over the past few years I have seen (literally) 100's of negative articles on MSFT and not many positive ones on Intel. However you wrote major supporting artricles on both. Your articles contain facts and figures, while others contain name calling terms.
    Bottom Line: I got in on MSFT at $26.00 a couple of years back and intel in the low 20's and held them in good part based on your articles. Case closed!
    Oh did I mention a couple of thousand in dividend income for my dividend growth portfolio.
    Just trying to make the point that your articles (with the facts) are great.
    Jul 17 07:32 AM | 16 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Alcoa's EPS Smelted By Balance Sheet [View article]
    My opinion is that wether the realizable values end up being greater than or less then cost, the article makes some excellent points.


    I am long AA and I made my purchase when the share price was just over $8.00, so obviously I am happy. In addition with the Company making some good moves (cost cutting, basically getting out of the smelting business and getting into more aero space etc. Not to mention the Auto industry now buidling vehicles with much more aluminum). I think AA will go into the $20's or more...

    But again - the ariticle makes some good points, cause you never know. And cutting Health costs, granted that will lower expenses, but won't happen. Remember Obama promising premium savings of $2500.00 and ends up on average people pay thousands more?
    Jul 10 06:25 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Just How Risky Is High-Yield Dividend Investing? [View article]
    Excellent Article: I am going to check out PSEC and most likely will make a purchase soon (will certainly do my own DD on it).
    I also feel that many who wrote comments are totally missing the point of the article which is to say that with Dividend Investing you need not have to stay with the Blue Chip 3% dividend stocks; that with proper analysis you can safely obtain much higher results.
    Now don't get me wrong the bulk of my portfolio is indeed in Blue Chips, however this article has opened my thought process up with a case in point of PSEC.
    Again: Great Article
    Jul 5 09:30 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • 4 Key Dividend Metrics You Need To Know [View article]
    Conartis: again agree and i will look into the reits and mlps as you suggest. Especially will check the mlps which i had not thought about. Thanks and good luck
    May 16 04:56 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 4 Key Dividend Metrics You Need To Know [View article]
    Conartis, I agree with your comment. Care to share any high yield stocks. I am developing a buy and hold portfolio. My high yields are in telecom such as att, verizon , century and a couple utilitie such ad southern. Othrrwise othrrs are 3 to 4%. Would likr to by a few more to develop a 20 to 25 stocks portfolio.
    May 16 09:58 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 4 Key Dividend Metrics You Need To Know [View article]
    Not sure if anything under 5% is garbage. The higher the yield the higher the risk (in general) so where one income investor may be happy with 3% another may not...
    May 15 12:45 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 4 Key Dividend Metrics You Need To Know [View article]
    Good Article - under the dividend payout ratio section, my blue chips are all within the 30% to 60% range. My utilities on the other hand approach 100%. My thoughts are that the payout range for utilites would be higher as their price apprecation is essentially overall market driven (i.e. it trends up slowly), they have high expenses, which keep thier EPS down, but their revenue is constant and not really hindred by the changes in the economy. Therefore they can control the cash flow (payout) while not really having to depend that much on eps.
    Your thoughts on Utilities?
    May 14 06:25 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • General Electric Bets Big On Europe [View article]
    Kevinconway thanks for the repy. My readings tell me that europe is making a come back, but I am leary about the eu. I think ge will prosper with this acuisition. Have a great trip
    May 2 07:11 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • General Electric Bets Big On Europe [View article]
    Bret - great article. My one concern is that do you feel the EU is making a come back or will it possibly break up?
    May 1 05:25 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Steady Progress At Microsoft - Outlook Positive [View article]
    Michael - great article (again). In my opinion you are one of the most (if not the most) knowledgable here on SA.
    Apr 25 06:13 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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