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  • J
    May 13, 2022, today, dividend today. Expect a dividend increase next quarter, in August.
    Stock is good value now.
  • V
    Are you guys part of ( They just talked about MS
  • F
    "Mainstreamed and popularized by Fox News' Tucker Carlson, the nation's most-watched political pundit:

    In 2021, despite heavy criticism for promoting racist conspiracy theories, Carlson described the great replacement theory as "true" and "what’s happening, actually."

    A December poll found that "about 1 in 3 U.S. adults believes an effort is underway to replace U.S.-born Americans with immigrants."

    On Saturday, 18-year-old Payton Gendron allegedly drove more than 200 miles to a predominantly black neighborhood in Buffalo and, dressed in tactical gear, opened fire at Tops Friendly Market. 13 people were shot and 10 died. Gendron, who has been charged with murder in connection with the shooting, reportedly left behind a 180-page manifesto that "repeatedly cited" the great replacement theory.

    The role of Tucker Carlson in mainstreaming the great replacement theory is well-documented. But the mass shooting in Buffalo raises serious questions about many prominent Republican officials and right-wing advocates who have adopted the great replacement theory in recent years, even as the racist conspiracy was cited as motivation by previous mass shooters in Pittsburgh and El Paso. "
  • G
    5/3/2022----Oppenhiemer UPGRADES MS from market perform to OUTPERFORM and raises the price target to $117/share.

    I think that's about right.
  • J
    Today (April 27th) at the close you must you must own MS to get the 70 cent dividend. Next quarter they will raise their dividend.
  • G
    MS was the main advisor on the Musk / Twitter buyout. MS is going to make some serious coin on that deal, now that it is closing.
  • F
    "Weekly unemployment claims held near their lowest levels since the 1960s, with a strong labor market and improving levels of unemployment remaining a bright spot in the U.S. economy.

    The Labor Department released its latest weekly jobless claims report Thursday at 8:30 a.m. ET. Here were the main metrics from the print, compared to consensus estimates compiled by Bloomberg:

    Initial jobless claims, week ended April 16: 184,000 vs. 180,000 expected and an upwardly revised 186,000 during prior week

    Continuing claims, week ended April 9: 1.417 million vs. 1.459 million expected and an unrevised 1.475 million during prior week

    First-time filings for unemployment benefits remained below 200,000 for a ninth consecutive week. As of last week, the four-week moving average for new jobless claims, which smooths out volatility in the weekly data, stood at just 177,250. Throughout 2019 before the pandemic, new claims averaged about 218,000 per week. And last month, jobless claims reached their lowest level since 1968 at 166,000.

    Continuing claims, which tally the number of Americans collecting benefits for multiple weeks, have also declined sharply to reach multi-decade lows. These came in below 1.5 million for a back-to-back week to reach their lowest level since 1970."
  • G
    The 52 week low is only $2 lower and the ex-dividend date is coming this week. Very low risk investment at this price.
  • F
    "(Bloomberg) — Orders placed with U.S. factories for durable goods rose in March, pointing to sustained investment in business equipment that is helping drive economic growth.

    Bookings for durable goods — items meant to last at least three years — increased 0.8% in March after a revised 1.7% decline a month earlier, Commerce Department figures showed Tuesday. The value of core capital goods orders, a proxy for investment in equipment that excludes aircraft and military hardware, rose by a larger-than-forecast 1%.

    The median estimates in a Bloomberg survey of economists called for a 1% increase in all durable goods and a 0.5% gain in the core figure.

    The figures suggest sustained momentum in capital expenditures as the first quarter drew to a close. Companies are striving to enhance productivity against a backdrop of higher energy costs, shifts in supply chains and difficulty attracting skilled labor."
  • F
    The Right Wants You to Stop Talking About the Buffalo Shooter's Ideology
    It's apparently unfair to point out the clear, direct connections between the massacre and the Great Replacement conspiracy parroted by conservatives."
  • F
    "Texas just lost a railway project worth billions after Gov. Abbott purposely slowed down trade with unnecessary and burdensome border inspections."
  • M
    I wouldn't put much faith in the earnings estimates provided by Yahoo on the 'Analysis' page.
    Such 'information' doesn't provide much motivation to buy Yahoo+ finance.
  • F
    A real "welfare queen"

    "Mississippi sues Brett Favre and 3 wrestlers over welfare misspending

    JACKSON, Miss. — The Mississippi Department of Human Services on Monday sued retired NFL quarterback Brett Favre and three former pro wrestlers along with several other people and businesses to try to recover millions of misspent welfare dollars that were intended to help some of the poorest people in the U.S. ….

    White last year demanded repayment of $77 million of misspent welfare funds from several people and groups, including $1.1 million paid to Favre, who lives in Mississippi. Favre has not been charged with any criminal wrongdoing."
  • J
    From Q1 2022 Transcript

    Finally, a brief word on the Russian invasion of the Ukraine.

    As it relates to the business, apart from the volatility it’s created, there’s been very limited financial impact to Morgan Stanley. A few years ago, we decided to give up our banking license and we significantly scaled back operations in Russia.

    Further, as a result of these actions and the current war, we are not entering into any new business in the country and our activities are limited to helping global clients address and close out pre-existing obligations.
  • R
    Bought at $81.33 today
  • D
    Cramer buying MS today... not sure why? I had to sell my MS. Just could not handle the 16% decline YTD and not looking great in the face of the future. Banks should be doing better than this in an increasing rate environment.
  • A
    Are all posters here aware it's the Bank MS site and NOT the Home Financial Services PITCHING SITE????
  • p
    It is absolutely criminal, if not racketeering, how the MM's working the AH's order flows allow for a 5, 10, 50, 200 share trade to lop off $.90 from the share price, which is blatantly irrespective of the days gains/losses and or volume. This is pure bs.
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  • W
    MS looks like trash today - I bet it falls from here. Glad I am signed up to ( so that I can get stocks that actually move!