Dividend paying stocks discussion and ETFs discussion

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ctujackbauer said:   
intex45 said:   
ctujackbauer said:   RMCF yahoo finance (for some reason google finance doesn't track it that well)

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory. 4.2% dividend.

I've been in this one at $10'ish. They're starting to expand again in the US, and usually stick to their knitting with franchises in high traffic areas. I think their international expansion will be pretty big for the company.

It is a microcap ($66 mil market cap), so buyer beware. The stock got hit in the last recession, and with all the doom and gloom about the death of retail in the news - it might depress the price.

Ever since you mentioned it, it's been steadily going up. FW effect?

NRZ took a dump as did a few other mReits. May be a good time to buy...

Ha, I was about to bump our posts.

I have no idea if this is true or not, but some random-finance-article-writer-robot website (they're all over google finance) said that Renaissance Technologies (James Simons' quantitative hedge fund) now has 8-10% of the company.  "article" link 

You know what I regret? Not taking my normal size position because it's a microcap. I guess the logic was sound at the time, but it would be my biggest gain (paper gain). I can't really sell now if it becomes a momo play because of other hedgies copying Renaissance Tech.

Also, I'm a believer in the company, but even I'm wary of it being connected to a lot of those Coldstone Creamery stores. That's one of the worst franchisers out there. But I think there's still a lot of upside.

  In all truthiness, it's probably not too late to add on. I actually bought a few hundred shares shortly after visiting the one here in Downtown Seattle. It's in a great tourist trap location, so they will always have people coming in for a taste. Their dividend is great, NI is on an upward trend so it shows to me their getting more efficient with their operations, and aren't nearly as saturated as other chocolatiers.

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