Just follow NYS the week before and the week after the final buy out.
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I have to laugh at this last comment. This is a dog and once a dog always a dog. There are other stocks where it is much easier to make a good return.
Only will go up after all corrupted VP's are out after the merge.
Tax consequences:; they are not a US company and are receiving no benefit from the Trump plan because they got the lower taxes already by being based in The Hague.
the stock market is generally down in the past few weeks, wall street is weak and doesn't like the needed tariffs set to bring U.S. trade deficits down. A lean and mean McD (with a scaled down CBI) should be successful in the long run. Buy now while it's low.
Maybe investors are realizing that this "Merger" will cost over $80 million in payouts to the executives???