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The Weekly Lineup: Twitter IPO and Markets Overheated Edition

The Twitter IPO On its IPO debut last Thursday, Twitter (TWTR) fared much better than the Facebook IPO. The IPO (Initial Public Offering) price for Twitter was offered at $26 per share, with shares opening at $45.10 per share, and closing at $44.90 per share.  Shares traded as high as $50.09 during the initial debut.  As many have pointed out, the winners on this IPO day were those already holding shares. Investors can’t seem to get enough of the Social Media IPO’s, with many willing to pay ...

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The Weekly Lineup: What about REITs and Resources?

It seems wherever I look on the investing scene, bloggers and investors are viewing stocks as being overpriced. They seem to be having a hard time finding value in the current market. Certainly the big blue-chip dividend payers such as P&G, Coca-Cola, and Wal-Mart are expensive. That’s not a surprise when you consider the DOW and S&P 500 are hitting all-time highs. Scary! REITs and Resources I think most dividend investors are looking in the wrong spot for value, and not considering other ...

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