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New trader watchlist was published by these guys and it featured AVGO. (
At an expected $20 / share dividend at year end, 4% yield is $500. Sounds like a reasonable level to ground on in a higher rate environment.
MU ceo decimated all the chip stocks with the sluggish guidance call. It’s frustrating how easily the sector can be plummeted by one company.
FYI...Raymond James analysts expect Broadcom's proposed acquisition of VMware to gain approval, but will take about a year to close the buy. They lower their rating on VMware to market perform from outperform now that the go-shop period for the deal has ended with no other bidders. "The combination of support from the deal and the prospect of another bidder have supported VMware's stock. With the expiration of the go shop and a long wait for the deal to close, we expect VMware shares remain stable," Raymond James says in a research note. The analysts say that while many were doubtful that other buyers would emerge, Raymond James was more hopeful based on the strategic value and arguably greater synergies for other companies.
If I had more dry powder, I would but much more of avgo at these prices and them getting VW.
Here’s a good discussion / question! 10 years ago, AVGO’s stock price was around $35 and paid around a .60 annual dividend. Today, the stock is north of $500 and pays a $16 annual dividend. Just based on your original investment and todays dividend, you would be earning close to a 50% annual return. So the question….what company today will be like AVGO for tomorrow where you are earning 50% annually in dividends off your original investment? I want to invest today and watch the passive income pour in 10 years from now. What company in what industry has that potential?(I bought avgo at 250 and am making a respectful 6% annually off my original investment…but 10 years ago and that would have been my annual mortgage payment).
$250-300 is max value of this.
Biggest head-fake in the stock market right now. pulled back 26% from highs in December. PE under 25, the trailing 12 month free cash flow far exceeds the ttm net income...
and Friday is the last day to get in on the $4.10 dividend.
This has got to be the biggest value in tech.
I have been wanting this one to add to my retirement account I am still waiting to get cheaper hopefully a little under 500 would be nice.
May be if hock had waited, would have bought Vmware of $30B given how stocks are falling: anyway we’ll see
This is so weak recently! Very surprised!
Getting into SW business is not a bad idea after all. Recession is here and chip stocks are going to be beat down badly
Sweet dividend come in a few weeks. Reinvesting right back into more shares!
Tipranks says broadcom is a good deal at $477 a share.
What does that make Paramount at $25 a share,same revenue,and a higher dividend.wallstreet is very confused
$300.00 is when you dip buy. Till then let the shorty win
How you guys holding Up ?.
It appears EU won't let the VMware deal go though without hell a lot of scrutiny..
Had the opportunity to add more shares on that sell-off. This is my largest position and I just keep adding shares. You can't bet against Hock Tan. A super CEO that is shareholder friendly and a man with unbelievable vision. Great acquisition. Sure made Michael Dell a fortune. This guy is a WINNER, too.
Crashing to the ground! Will drop another 50% before a bottom
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