Taking a look at their third quarter numbers from an 8-K filing, the first item is the increased the quarterly dividend by 2.1%, which is an excellent sign for potential investors. Operating income is up 8.2%, net income attributed to AT&T is up 11.2%, and cash from operations is $11.0 billion. This company is on the right track by paying back investors and continues to dominate their market place. As trends shift and change, AT&T has been able to adapt and maintain their dominance. Let us switch gears and take a look at the chart.
Taking a look at the monthly time frame, the chart is beginning to break a resistance level around the $41.50 area. It’s important to watch and see if volume holds because then it can be used as a support level. The chart has had a dip recently, but is now beginning to climb back up. Also, it is worth noting that the dividend is healthy and that should entice some investors to enter the market. Overall, the chart looks healthy and nothing stands out as a red flag.
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