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I recently opened a small positition in GPRO and may add more on dips. Considering taking a position in Corrections Corporation of America (CXW). Well off their 52 week high and paying over 7% dividend. Profits good on incarcerating all the illegal kids/moms etc. Thoughts?

Looking at ETR as well. Trading near 52 week low and paying div of 5.4% Also looking at KMI- well off 52 week high and yielding 6.37%.

Thoughts??
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I recently opened a small positition in GPRO and may add more on dips. Considering taking a position in Corrections Corporation of America (CXW). Well off their 52 week high and paying over 7% dividend. Profits good on incarcerating all the illegal kids/moms etc. Thoughts?

Looking at ETR as well. Trading near 52 week low and paying div of 5.4% Also looking at KMI- well off 52 week high and yielding 6.37%.

Thoughts??
With only a quick look,

CXW is paying a $2.16 dividend and eps is ~$1.80. I would ask is the current environment of decriminalization a problem for the co?

ETR hasn't raised the dividend since 2010 and earnings estimates show earnings declining thru 2018.

If you like KMI, you might want to look at WMB. Co has indicated they want to increase the dividend by 10-15%/year for the next 5 years. 5% current yield that may grow to a 10% YOI in 5 years.

If you like nat gas, NJR and NFG are worth a look.

Nasdaq.com and yahoo finance are great resources.

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On the tech front if AMD (Advanced Micro Devices) pulls off the rumored specs of their new desktop processor they're going to kick intel arse and there will be a HUGE migrations from intel to amd. Right now there is non volatile memory being mfg that is so fast that it bottlenecks and cpu out there and this is because of lack if PCIe memory lane support by the cpu. Intels thousand dollar processor currently offers only 32 lanes of gen3 pcie memory support, the new amd socket amd4 named (zen) is rumored to offer 64 lanes of gen3 pcie. This will be a game changer in the computer industry. We are talking 3000 gigabytes not bits a second processing. These speeds can be achieved now but intels gouging the consumer for the hardware. Motherboard, cpu, ddr4 ram we're talking close to 2 grand just for those three pieces of hardware. It's rumored that AMD will be offering this for under 700 bucks. The ZEN is rumored to be released 4th quarter or early 2016. It's a good bet. Especially since AMD is sucking wind right now with multi million in losses. That will change in the blink of an eye. People are sick of Intels gouging. I'd eyeball amd and try to catch the bottom but they've already released this years PandL so it will probably remain stable. It might be good to get in because I'm sure the powers that be in the market are watching and might start pricing in the profits. If this processor is what the specs show it to be, it's going to dominate for over a year until intel lowers it's prices on current processors and develops new processor that will compete and gets it to amd's price point. I'd say three years for the new ZEN processor if the specs hold true. The rest of the market is gonna suck wind IMHO, there is no good news anywhere. This processor along with nvme memory is going to change the computer industry forever, it's been 10 years since there has been a change in this area of memory control. For any of you that no anything about computers basically ACHI will now become NVMe...... yeah, that upgrade has been a long time coming and it's a biggie. In three years there will be no more spinning hard drives, well there will be but the sale of them will be nil. The NVMe will be like the difference between PATA and SATA6gbs. We are talking 3000 Megabites not bits a second from a desktop computer. One example of how this tech will change the masses is that cable tv providers will now have the power to compress and unzip 1080p video on all cable and satellite channels, bluray movies will now be true 4k a desktop computer can render 3 different 4k videos simultaneously with 0 lag..... it's the next step and will effect ALL tech eventually.
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I have KMI too. Good dividend,but price is jumping around a bit.
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I have KMI too. Good dividend,but price is jumping around a bit.
I also bought KMI last week. My plans are to put it away for a long time.
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So it wasn't Warren Buffett or Carl Icahn coming up with a bold market prediction this time, but Presidential hopeful Donald Trump -- he was suggesting investors not sell after the big downturn. Eventually, he was proved prescient after the markets posted record intra-week reversals.

“You’re better off holding,” Trump advised. He did mention that a historical trend is for the market is to rebound after a nosedive. Markets went on to post record intra-week reversals for the week ending Aug 28.

While market routs do lead to panic selling, it also takes guts to know if a portfolio should be offloaded during the downturn. Perhaps Trump had the foresight this time, as he said he had the feeling things were bad. Trump said he had indeed offloaded much of portfolio before the stock market rout.

This one incident of right prediction may not directly win him votes, but this does make us interested in looking at Donald Trump the investor.



A 92-page Trump financial document that was released by the Federal Election Commission showed Trump’s net worth was over $10 billion as of Jun 30. Trump has a minimum of $70 million invested in stocks. Trump had entered the stock investment arena in 2011 following disappointment from depressed American real estate market. He profited from 40 of the 45 stocks he purchased, which he sold in 2014.

It’s almost a 90% success rate, and on top of that Trump earned millions in dividends as well. The biggest gainers in his portfolio were Bank of America Corporation BAC, The Boeing Company BA and Facebook, Inc. FB. He earned $6.7 million, $3.96 million and $3.85 million, respectively, from them.

On the other hand, DR Horton Inc. DHI lost him over $204,000, while Trump lost more than $121,000 in Occidental Petroleum Corporation OXY and $82,000 in Enbridge Inc. ENB. Reportedly, Trump had earned more than $27 million from stock sales in 2014.

Trump’s 11 Stock Picks

An analysis in NationalJournal says that Donald Trump would be even richer today if he had just put his inheritances in 1974 into the stock market. But this is hypothetical; what Trump did in reality earned him big money from stock sales and dividends.

Below we present 11 stocks that emerged as the most prominent ones from the disclosure. However, Trump had later mentioned he has sold many of his stocks and we do not have information on which ones he sold.

Apple Inc. AAPL has a dividend yield of 1.84%. Trump has earned a dividend return of $15,000 to $50,000 in the reporting period. Currently carrying a Zacks Rank #3 (Hold), Apple’s key growth catalyst in fiscal 2015 and beyond remains the strong sales of the new iPhones (6 and 6 plus).

Aug 21 – 25 (Market Rout): -7.9%
Aug 26 – 28 (rebound): 9.2%

Altera Corp.’s ALTR acquisition by Intel Corporation should have helped Trump earn big bucks. Intel will acquire Altera in an all-cash deal worth $16.7 billion or $54 per share. Altera, carrying a Zacks Rank #3, has a consistent record of returning cash to shareholders through share repurchase and dividend payouts. In the first half of 2015, Altera repurchased stocks worth $57.5 million and paid dividend of $108.4 million.

Kinder Morgan, Inc.
30.64-0.45(1.45%)
NYSEWed, Sep 9, 2015 4:03 PM EDT

DR Horton Inc.
30.92-0.56(1.78%)
NYSEWed, Sep 9, 2015 4:02 PM EDT

Aug 21 – 25: -5.1%
Aug 26 – 28: 4.5%

IBM Corporation’s IBM dividend yield of 3.64% combined with PE of 9.05x make it a value investment. From 2000 to 2014, IBM has returned approximately $156 billion to shareholders in the form of dividends and share repurchases. In the last six months, IBM returned about $2.4 billion in dividends to its investors and $2.3 billion in share repurchases.

Aug 21 – 25: -7.7%
Aug 26 – 28: 4.8%

Bristol-Myers Squibb Company BMY helped Trump earn $50,000 in dividends. Bristol-Myers boasts a robust pipeline. The successful development of the pipeline would boost the stock. Bristol-Myers has a dividend yield of 2.54%.

Aug 21 – 25: -8.2%
Aug 26 – 28: 4.6%

AT&T, Inc. T is the second largest provider of wireless services in North America and one of the world’s leading communications service carriers. Trump earned $15,000 to $50,000 in dividends from AT&T. AT&T carries a Zacks Rank #2 (Buy) and also carries favorable forward price to earnings ratio (P/E) of 12.27 as compared to industry average of 41.90. Recently, the company scaled up to the highest position in the U.S. pay-TV market with the acquisition of DIRECTV.

Aug 21 – 25: -6.3%
Aug 26 – 28: 4.7%

Verizon Communications Inc. VZ has a strong foothold in the wireless market and expects growth from higher penetration of devices and increasing market penetration of 4G LTE services. Trump owned at least $500,000 in Verizon stock and his dividend income was between $15,000 and $50,000. Its dividend yield is 4.9%.

Aug 21 – 25: -8.4%
Aug 26 – 28: 5.8%

JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s JPM reduced operating expenses and low legal expenses aided results. JPMorgan continues to enhance shareholder value through share repurchases and dividend payouts. As part of the capital plan approved by the Fed, JPM will be repurchasing $6.4 billion worth shares through the second quarter of 2016. It has a dividend yield of 2.86%.

Aug 21 – 25: -9.1%
Aug 26 – 28: 7%

Kinder Morgan, Inc. KMI is the largest energy infrastructure company in North America with an enterprise value of over $130 billion. Kinder Morgan had lost 11.7% during Aug 21-25 but gained 8.8% from Aug 26 – 28. Kinder Morgan has an impressive dividend yield of 6.24%, but surprisingly Trump did not mention Kinder Morgan’s dividend income. However, the financial disclosure showed that Trump made capital gain between $100,000 and $1 million from Kinder Morgan.

Aug 21 – 25: -11.7%
Aug 26 – 28: 8.8%

Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. ETP has a dividend yield of 8.6% proving the company to be all about consistent stream of income. Energy Transfer Partners has been consistently returning value to its unit holders though distributions, making it attractive for those looking for a steady income source. The partnership increased its second-quarter 2015 payout by $0.02 to $1.035 per unit.

Aug 21 – 25: -8.4%
Aug 26 – 28: 8.2%

ConocoPhillips COP has been a bad investment this year, though this owes to the slump that crude prices continued. ConocoPhillips is down 28.8% year to date. The dividend yield, however, is an impressive 6.2%.

Aug 21 – 25: -15.2%
Aug 26 – 28: 10.9%

Caterpillar Inc. CAT is another stock that has been suffering this year and its year-to-date loss is 16.5%. Its second-quarter earnings per share decreased 25%. However, the dividend yield is impressive 4.11%. Caterpillar plans to repurchase approximately $1.5 billion of its common stock during the third quarter of 2015.

Aug 21 – 25: -8.2%
Aug 26 – 28: 5.4%

Our Take

Trump’s portfolio looks like a mixed bag. It does have the quality of diversity with behemoths from industries including Technology, Pharma, Telecom, Banking and Energy. This is something we strongly recommend – a diversified portfolio.

Trump also seems to trust the large caps more. This too is a safe move as large caps provide the least amount of risk. Along with picking the large caps, Trump also put his bet on prominent names. Apple has grown from strength to strength and is among the largest components in its listed index. JPMorgan is among the Big Five and his telecom picks are surely the leaders in their arena.

Most importantly, Trump has dividend stocks in his portfolio. Dividend would ensure a consistent stream of income, offsetting loss incurred from stock depreciation.

We are not sure when Trump picked up Altera, but if he was aware of the possibility of the upcoming acquisition, then it surely was a great pick. A takeover deal is approved when investors get a premium over the current market price of the company to be acquired.

Investors may or may not vote for Trump. However, take his advice and remember to have a well diversified, low risk and dividend paying stocks in your portfolio.
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My opinion we are in a bear flag. I'm not holding anything long at this point besides inverse ETFs. just day trading. Waiting for it to settle. Rather lose opportunity than $.

Been sideways for a long time with a 10% dip and now back in the chop zone. Who knows. But looks at the weekly euro index candles, Latin America, China and now us. We can't be so arrogant to think it won't affect us I the current global economy.

SPY crossed the 50 and 200 MAs which hadn't happened since 2011.

I'm loaded for bear now. SPY puts (68% return today) long on YANG and UVXY. Also long UWTI but willing to ride that one out long term.

Just my opinion and I've been wrong plenty of times. Happy to share charts if someone is interested.
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My opinion we are in a bear flag. I'm not holding anything long at this point besides inverse ETFs. just day trading. Waiting for it to settle. Rather lose opportunity than $.

Been sideways for a long time with a 10% dip and now back in the chop zone. Who knows. But looks at the weekly euro index candles, Latin America, China and now us. We can't be so arrogant to think it won't affect us I the current global economy.

SPY crossed the 50 and 200 MAs which hadn't happened since 2011.

I'm loaded for bear now. SPY puts (68% return today) long on YANG and UVXY. Also long UWTI but willing to ride that one out long term.

Just my opinion and I've been wrong plenty of times. Happy to share charts if someone is interested.
Good for you, did you make $68,000 or $680?

To me, a 68% return in a single day is of little value to an investor. How many losses and trades prior, did it take to get that return? What matters isn't any single loss or gain but the long term returns, including any taxes.

If charts are so telling, how can you ever have a loss?
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Good for you, did you make $68,000 or $680?

To me, a 68% return in a single day is of little value to an investor. How many losses and trades prior, did it take to get that return? What matters isn't any single loss or gain but the long term returns, including any taxes.

If charts are so telling, how can you ever have a loss?
Somebody wake up on the grumpy aka long side of the market today?

No one wins 100% of the time. Didn't claim to. Every win or loss matters. That's what adds up to the long term based on your win ratio and hopefully you learn something each time from both the wins and losses.

You don't like my methods or ideas, fine. Do your own thing. I learn by sharing and listening constructive information with friends and other who I know are doing well and much smarter at this than me and I'm happy to share what I've learned if someone else is interested. You obviously aren't but why the negativity?

You've added nothing to the conversation so far. OP asked who is buying and what. I gave my opinion and answered with what I'm buying.
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Somebody wake up on the grumpy aka long side of the market today?

No one wins 100% of the time. Didn't claim to. Every win or loss matters. That's what adds up to the long term based on your win ratio and hopefully you learn something each time from both the wins and losses.

You don't like my methods or ideas, fine. Do your own thing. I learn by sharing and listening constructive information with friends and other who I know are doing well and much smarter at this than me and I'm happy to share what I've learned if someone else is interested. You obviously aren't but why the negativity?

You've added nothing to the conversation so far. OP asked who is buying and what. I gave my opinion and answered with what I'm buying.
My questions are serious. You made statements touting a 68% single day return and I am trying to understand and gauge your returns over the long haul. In addition, what kind of dollars you invest. You have a belief that charting is a way to make "investment" decisions. If you read my questions as my being grumpy or negative, that's your perspective. I take your post as though you think you can time the market, I know I can't and don't pretend to be that smart.

If you read the OP, they asked about companies and clearly is focused on dividend yield, something trading the way you are, does not take into account. I have stocks that currently return better than 30% YOI/year from the dividend. What kind of dividend yields do you have? In round numbers, how much have you made in dividends? Are you aware of ex-dividend dates?

More important, are you aware of what dividends can do for your long term returns?

By the way, did you read post #3?

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I'm not going to measure body parts with you (or anyone else) online. And I'm sure not going to post the $ amounts and my personal financial situation publicly. The dollar amounts of my trades aren't public nor relevant. Someone who starts with a small or a big account doesn't make a difference to me. There is always someone who has more money and someone who has less.

Yes I believe in charting. No it doesn't win every time. I also look at many other things. Economic factors, the human factor, to name a few.

I've made it clear I am not holding and not dividend investing. You and I have had this discussion before. That doesn't interest me Currently. So What's your point with the dividend questions? You want to be right or show you're smarter than me in something I don't do?

Ok. I give in you win. I've got better things to do than argue nonsense, like take profits this morning.

This thread isn't constructive to me so I'm unsubscribing. I don't need the negativity. Anyone who cares to discuss something I've posted feel free to PM.
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I am just entering the market and the two things I have done so far is

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Go thru a lot of videos on tastytrade.com with Sosnoff and his daughter explaining the ins and outs of short, long, verticals etc...

Just learning but the one thing I like about rule 1 is his website and historical data on any given stock

His method is that of Warren Buffet and rule 1 is never lose money

So his teaching is worth a read.

I won't be a day trader though so I'll continue to learn and watching this thread can't hurt
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I'm not going to measure body parts with you (or anyone else) online. And I'm sure not going to post the $ amounts and my personal financial situation publicly. The dollar amounts of my trades aren't public nor relevant. Someone who starts with a small or a big account doesn't make a difference to me. There is always someone who has more money and someone who has less.

Yes I believe in charting. No it doesn't win every time. I also look at many other things. Economic factors, the human factor, to name a few.

I've made it clear I am not holding and not dividend investing. You and I have had this discussion before. That doesn't interest me Currently. So What's your point with the dividend questions? You want to be right or show you're smarter than me in something I don't do?

Ok. I give in you win. I've got better things to do than argue nonsense, like take profits this morning.

This thread isn't constructive to me so I'm unsubscribing. I don't need the negativity. Anyone who cares to discuss something I've posted feel free to PM.
The purpose of my questions regarding dividends, it goes to the focus of the OP. Unless I missed something, the op appears to be interested in companies that pay dividends, not markets and charting.

Your unsubscribing to the thread because it isn't constructive to you?
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Update to my earlier post, WMB announced on Friday, a dividend increase. With the recent drop in the price of the stock, the dividend yield is now ~ 6%.
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On the tech front if AMD (Advanced Micro Devices) pulls off the rumored specs of their new desktop processor they're going to kick intel arse and there will be a HUGE migrations from intel to amd. Right now there is non volatile memory being mfg that is so fast that it bottlenecks and cpu out there and this is because of lack if PCIe memory lane support by the cpu. Intels thousand dollar processor currently offers only 32 lanes of gen3 pcie memory support, the new amd socket amd4 named (zen) is rumored to offer 64 lanes of gen3 pcie. This will be a game changer in the computer industry. We are talking 3000 gigabytes not bits a second processing. These speeds can be achieved now but intels gouging the consumer for the hardware. Motherboard, cpu, ddr4 ram we're talking close to 2 grand just for those three pieces of hardware. It's rumored that AMD will be offering this for under 700 bucks. The ZEN is rumored to be released 4th quarter or early 2016. It's a good bet. Especially since AMD is sucking wind right now with multi million in losses. That will change in the blink of an eye. People are sick of Intels gouging. I'd eyeball amd and try to catch the bottom but they've already released this years PandL so it will probably remain stable. It might be good to get in because I'm sure the powers that be in the market are watching and might start pricing in the profits. If this processor is what the specs show it to be, it's going to dominate for over a year until intel lowers it's prices on current processors and develops new processor that will compete and gets it to amd's price point. I'd say three years for the new ZEN processor if the specs hold true. The rest of the market is gonna suck wind IMHO, there is no good news anywhere. This processor along with nvme memory is going to change the computer industry forever, it's been 10 years since there has been a change in this area of memory control. For any of you that no anything about computers basically ACHI will now become NVMe...... yeah, that upgrade has been a long time coming and it's a biggie. In three years there will be no more spinning hard drives, well there will be but the sale of them will be nil. The NVMe will be like the difference between PATA and SATA6gbs. We are talking 3000 Megabites not bits a second from a desktop computer. One example of how this tech will change the masses is that cable tv providers will now have the power to compress and unzip 1080p video on all cable and satellite channels, bluray movies will now be true 4k a desktop computer can render 3 different 4k videos simultaneously with 0 lag..... it's the next step and will effect ALL tech eventually.

For those that listened............ Congratulations. For those that didn't, maybe you should check for threads on my stock picking history. I'll say it'll stop around 3.50. Better luck next time. 20% in a few weeks aint bad.
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Ahh, just funnin with ya guys. I happen to follow the computer hardware biz closely mainly because my son is a computer science "major geek". I really think that Micro Soft is going to buy part of AMD because of the ZEN processor. They know it's going to kick butt and will cause a MAJOR shift in the computer hardware industry. If MS does buy part of AMD you'll be looking at a 30 to 50 dollar stock in a few years. You really can't go wrong.
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For those that listened............ Congratulations. For those that didn't, maybe you should check for threads on my stock picking history. I'll say it'll stop around 3.50. Better luck next time. 20% in a few weeks aint bad.
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What am I missing..3.6 down to 1.8 in a year? And your happy because of what?
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