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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Tim Holland
New technologies that allow more oil to be pulled out of formerly low-producing wells have brought oil operators back to northeast Kansas, much to the dismay of landowners who are starting to feel crowded out of their own properties.
Apple made computers sexy. Can it do the same for the musty old dividend?
Worries about Europe's economic and debt problems Tuesday sent stocks to their first loss in four days.
This summer, the city's innovative bike-sharing program has been crippled by its own success when it comes to commuting during rush hour, with bike racks completely empty — or just as often, completely full, making it impossible to drop off a bike.
"With these new technologies coming into play, you've got places where they've had wells in the past but they've been low producing or idle for several years," Holland said. "In the meantime, you have people who've bought homes out in the country, and it's a quality-of-life issue."
Tim Holland, portfolio manager at Tamro Capital, says a dividend is seen as "taboo" for many companies, but he likes Apple's decision.