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    jason
    $HOFV conversation
    Bought this at over $7 last week. It blew threw a stop loss so I was like fk it, let it ride. So glad I did. This is a long term hold. I also bought some $JCI today. Should be a great partnership on this project and good infrastructure/building/clean energy play.
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    rjw
    $JCI conversation
    Still waiting on dust to settle for JCI on etrade.. has anyone seen their shares be updated somewhere? Or know when the cash & share event will happen?
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    Chuck
    $JCI conversation
    I am still trying to understand why this was beneficial. I own 100 shares of JCI. After the transaction, I own 83 shares of JCI and received $572.93 in cash. Or another way to look at it, I sold 17 shares for $572.93 or $33.70 per share. JCI shares closed at $48.90 on 9/6/2016. Per my calculation I lost $258.37 on the transaction. ($48.90 - $33.70) X 17 = $258.37 Am I missing something?
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    Gene
    $JCI conversation
    Any JCI stock owned at the end of today 9-2-2016 will be converted. 16% +/- of everyone's holdings will be turned into cash at $34.88/share (the Jan 25, 2016 price), the rest (84% +/-) will be converted to the new company Johnson Controls International plc an Ireland based company, probably at a new basis of whatever today's closing price is. I don't know if that would be JCI's or TYC's (Tyco) closing. They are very close. I don't think many of today's buyers realize they will take a haircut of over $10 per share on 16% of what they own at end of day today (9-2-2016)
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    The Gooch
    $JCI conversation
    Nice reversal. Bought in on the dip this morning. Here’s to crushing its 52 week high $JCI
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    Ridge walking
    $JCI conversation
    My understanding is that when JCI is taken over and moves to Ireland, present stock holders in the U.S. will get a tax bill. Is that true?
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    Wall St.
    $CARR conversation
    Johnson Controls $JCI is a great company as well. I own both. Own $CARR since it's spin off, and started accumulating $JCI Both are great invesrments in a long run. One can sleep tight by owning them.
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    Anonymous
    $JCI conversation
    $JCI
    Target Raised by Robert W Baird Neutral USD 56 » USD 66
    Target Raised by Deutsche Bank Hold USD 54 » USD 62
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    rjw
    $JCI conversation
    I'm still fuzzy on the tax implications, if anyone cares to help me make sense of this. I bought in at ~$34 in Feb 2016, so anything I sell would still be at short term gains tax rate. If I opt for the shares in the merger, I get 1 share (post reverse split of 0.9550 / 1) of the new company. So if the cost basis of the new shares is valued at 34.88, would my taxable gain be on that $0.88 per share earnings? As I read it, you would only get 1 share of Adient for shares you held at Oct 31st, so if you opt for the cash payment instead of shares, you wouldn't get any ADNT stock - is that correct?
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    Ziad
    $JCI conversation
    2 questions regarding the merger from a novice JCI shareholder:
    1) If I exchange share to share, what will the price of the new share be? $34.88 or the current ~$45.80?
    2) If I get cash, why $34.88? Is that the price in Jan 2016 when the deal was approved?
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    wooglin
    $JCI conversation
    The first dividend, for the new company Johnson Controls International plc, has not been announced.
    If you had been reinvesting your JCI dividend into additional JCI shares and wish to continue to do so, you may have to inform your broker. I realized this when SWK merged with BDK and when another issue I held turned into a REIT (CCI). Even though the symbol remained the same, it's for a "new" company.
    Cheers.
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    Anonymous
    $JCI conversation
    $JCI
    Maintains Morgan Stanley Equal-Weight USD 48 » USD 52
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    larym
    $JCI conversation
    Any ideas on what the Adient shares will be valued at????
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    Tom
    $JCI conversation
    Calculating capital gains. We will need detailed precise input from JCI. But considering their lack of assistance so far and disregard of investors I don't expect much. Without further information this is how I would do it. We received a smaller number of new shares and added cash. So the proceeds would be the cash received plus the number of new shares multiplied by the average of the high and low prices of the new shares on their first trading day, $48.11 per new share, on 9-6-16. The cost basis would be the original basis of the old shares that were converted. At least this is definite and defensible to the IRS. If this is correct, then the basis of the new shares would simply be the same $48.11 cost per share, but without the cash addition.
    Any ideas?

    BTW: Vanguard posted the new share and cash amounts on Wednesday to my account, but their gains calculations are not yet updated.
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    Bud
    $JCI conversation
    Remember the opportunity to select one of three options for your shares? Option #1.cash at about $34. 88 per share, #2 One share of new company for one share of old with possibility of cash, #3 do nothing and default to option #2. !.1% picked option #1.........then everyone was given option #1. The $3.8 + billion from Tyco was used to buy shares at $34.88 on a day when the stock closed above $45. About 16% of outstanding shares were bought from us at a $10 discount! We got about 0.84 shares for each of our old shares. T shareholders got 0.95 for theirs. Big tax bill a fringebenefit!!! Hmmm. Have I got anything wrong?
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    shep
    $JCI conversation
    Shareholders in Jci will receive 1 share of Adient for every 10 shares of of Jci that they own.
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    wooglin
    $JCI conversation
    I thought I'd share a new investing experience I had.
    My JCI cost basis was pretty much on top of where JCI was valued when the transaction closed. I was thinking of using the cash payment (and more) to buy additional JCI plc shares.
    I bought more shares yesterday and when I looked my new cost basis, there was a blue "w" in a circle. Yup, "w" = WASH SALE. I was unaware that, as a result of the merger transaction, I had experienced a loss and by buying back "like" shares within thirty days, I was in violation of the wash sale rule. In other words, I'm not able to take the loss and instead, the loss amount was added to my current basis. The adjustment? 59 cents!
    Since Johnson Controls and Johnson Controls plc are really different companies, I'm a bit surprised my buy triggered the was sale, but, as noted, no big deal.
    There may be others who are considering adding to their JCI plc position and they could be impacted by the wash sale rule--presumably most longs have a lower basis and obviously only those with a loss will be impacted. Had my loss been much greater (and had I been aware of possibly triggering the wash sale rule), it may might have been beneficial to wait the 30 days post closing.
    Cheers.
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    Phuong
    $JCI conversation
    What is the dividend of the combined company? Does anyone know?
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    Bender86
    $JCI conversation
    Where are my ADNT shares? They still don't show up in my account.
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    Croppled1
    $JCI conversation
    Anyone hear the expected starting dividend for the Adient shares . I received cash for 16% of my position . The whole thing was valued at $34.88 and I will have quite a tax bill but the 16% if saved should more then cover it even in the highest brackets of which I am not . I am sure they figured on that . A little bummed to end up with a weird odd lot of shares now and the tax bill . I bought this stock for appreciation and income in disability/ retirement . The sheets and prospects seem very positive for those that are patient . Just wondering and worrying what to expect in income when all is settled here . Very happy they are now getting everything closed this year , before the election and were done . I hear people bashing the Adient part . I used to work there it is a good company , the stuff they make comes out great . The people in their workforce work hard and care . It isn't easy work either . Depending on what income it is going to spin off , that might be a keeper for sure in my mind . The dividend and future prospects might make this a good one for those putting together a income portfolio of bonds , stocks , and notes .