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  • Has Frontier Communications Gone Up Too Far, Too Fast? [View article]
    Frontier Communications (FTR) is constantly going higher and is strongly rumored to be a take-over target, though FTR's excellent management is definitely also in the market for suitable telecommunications acquisitions, and has been successful in that goal!
    Frontier Communications, is a great investment that is getting even better with its new acquisitions.

    The FTR price will continue to increase because it is currently way too cheap.

    FTR will soon be above $6.00 per share, and still be an excellent buy and hold for dividends, income and capital appreciation.

    FTR IS GETTING BETTER AND BETTER!

    All negativity is positively baseless and indicative of very inadequate research and deduction abilities.

    FRONTIER COMMUNICATIONS(FTR) WILL CONTINUE TO RISE IN PRICE AND PAY OUTSTANDING DIVIDENDS!

    Buy FTR for growth and outstanding dividend income.
    Apr 20 09:10 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • General Electric: Back To The Basics [View article]
    Acquisitions which bring income and business growth to our huge international conglomerate, GE, have always been and continue to be a marvelous positive for GE shareholders, wouldn't everyone agree?
    Apr 19 09:17 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Consolidated Edison Might Not Be A Good Option [View article]
    WRONG refers to "The Earnings are not Impressive, and the 2014 Outlook is Weak" and that quote is dead wrong for Con Edison (ED).
    CON EDISON (http://bit.ly/A23AQX) has been and continues to be a great shareholder investment!
    Apr 18 04:40 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • General Electric: Back To The Basics [View article]
    Jeff Immelt has been an amazingly good CEO and brought GE out of the depths to which it sunk due to GE Capital's exceedingly foolish high risk mortgages in which his predecessor CEO greedily invested during the Bush fake deregulation housing balloon...which, predictably, burst nearly causing GE to declare bankruptcy.
    GE is now a high dividend solvent operation and an excellent shareholder investment.
    Apr 18 04:32 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • General Electric: Back To The Basics [View article]
    Albert Alonso has changed his tune and, very properly, written a much more bullish report about General Electric (GE).

    Dividend conscious growth and income investors could not find a much better to reach their goals than by buying and holding General Electric (GE).
    Apr 17 02:26 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • General Electric beats by $0.01, misses on revenue [View news story]
    GE continues to be a world class winner American international conglomerate featuring great management, increasing income and growing dividends for shareholders.
    Apr 17 09:17 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Consolidated Edison Might Not Be A Good Option [View article]
    WRONG!
    Con Edison is a great, excellent dividend paying, American utility covering a growing and prospering ares.
    BUY CON EDISON (ED)!
    Apr 17 08:44 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • General Electric: Is A New CEO On The Way? [View article]
    GE Capital's original purpose was to finance very high ticket product sales for GE's many high tech manufactured products, not high risk mortgages, issued, under Jack Welch, out of greed to get in on the soon to burst fake housing bubble. The GE stock price plummeted as the very dangerous mortgages went bad, many buyers lost their homes, and GE was on the verge of bankruptcy as a result. Jeff Immelt captained the huge GE international conglomerate back to its current excellent dividend paying increasing solvency and success.
    Stability, income and growing dividends are very important, in addition to a fair and safely growing stock price are also very important to GE shareholders, wouldn't you agree?
    Apr 16 03:54 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • General Electric: Is A New CEO On The Way? [View article]
    Albert Alonso, you state, "I have become a fan of the stock.'(GE)

    Thank you for realizing that GE CEO Jeff Immelt has really done an excellent job turning General Electric (GE) around since the unfortunate credit debacle that was initiated during the Jack Welch GE regime.

    Welcome to the ranks of happy GE shareholders, Albert!

    Ed Rudy
    Apr 16 08:05 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • General Electric: Is A New CEO On The Way? [View article]
    This analysis is horrendously prejudiced against marvelous GE CEO Jeff Immelt as have all previous submissions by this obviously biased writer.

    GE CEO Jeff Immelt has done a terrific job steering our international conglomerate and GE income, dividends and stock prices are on a steady rise since the terrible near depression of 2008.

    We hope Jeff Immelt, a huge shareholder in GE, remains as GE CEO for many more successful years.

    You guessed it: LONG GE
    Apr 15 05:21 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Do Not Buy Alcoa [View article]
    Great comment, newnnly!
    Great license plate too, W84IT!
    Apr 11 08:13 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Do Not Buy Alcoa [View article]
    ALCOA (AA) is THE great American domestic and international exporting aluminum manufacturing company.
    The resurgence in the use of aluminum for truck and automobile manufacturing domestically and internationally is already starting to bring great rewards to ALCOA (AA) and its shareholders.
    ALCOA is currently very reasonably priced and will prove to be an excellent buy and hold long term dividend and income investment.
    Apr 10 08:13 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Has Frontier Communications Gone Up Too Far, Too Fast? [View article]
    FTR - Frontier Communications, is a great investment that is getting even better with its new acquisitions.

    The FTR price will continue to increase because it is currently way too cheap.

    FTR will soon be above $6.00 per share, and still be an excellent buy and hold for dividends, income and capital appreciation.

    FTR IS GETTING BETTER AND BETTER!

    All negativity is positively baseless and indicative of very inadequate research and deduction abilities.

    FRONTIER COMMUNICATIONS(FTR) WILL CONTINUE TO RISE IN PRICE AND PAY OUTSTANDING DIVIDENDS!

    Buy FTR for growth and outstanding dividend income.

    Frontier (FTR) is well equipped and experienced to handle and reap excellent shareholder benefits when FTR acquires the Connecticut AT&T rural and suburban landlines.

    It will be a WIN-WIN for both FTR & AT&T!

    VERY LONG: FTR
    Apr 8 09:38 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Has Frontier Communications Gone Up Too Far, Too Fast? [View article]
    OF COURSE, YOU ARE CORRECT, Anonymous Alpha!

    Frontier (FTR) is well equipped and experienced to handle and reap excellent shareholder benefits when FTR acquires the Connecticut AT&T rural and suburban landlines.

    It will be a WIN-WIN for both FTR & AT&T!
    Apr 7 03:26 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Has Frontier Communications Gone Up Too Far, Too Fast? [View article]
    FTR IS GETTING BETTER AND BETTER!

    All negativity is positively baseless and indicative of very inadequate research and deduction abilities.

    FRONTIER COMMUNICATIONS(FTR) WILL CONTINUE TO RISE IN PRICE AND PAY OUTSTANDING DIVIDENDS!

    Buy FTR for growth and outstanding dividend income.

    Ed Rudy
    Apr 5 08:37 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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