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Most "buy backs" are made to cover options granted.
Most buy backs do not provide any benefit to stock holders.
These idiots writing these articles are very stupid, or have an agenda to get the common investor to buy or sell the stock they are writing about.
Sp up 160 pts today. What do all those idiots who thumbs down my suggestion that the recent swoon of 500 points was a hiccup and not the end of the world , ie correction or crash.
I very well could have been wrong, and we could yet see a correction or worse, but to thumbs down and or scream and shout about the end of the world when I only suggested that it might, might, be a hiccup. And I said the same thing and was right six weeks ago when we saw a 500 pt drop.
I will likely start trading on this pattern, the rest of you can lose money. And rest ease in you .5 % CDs.
The annual rate would have to take into account the net percent of stock decrease each year for an annual rate, of else a multiple of the dividend yield (plus accounting for probable dividend increases) plus the net stock buyback to a total yield.
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