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FNRG set for major rally after management confirms the completed sale of Transpacific Energy, Inc. Is $10 the next stop
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Just look at what Marriott did when they split up the segments. I just went through, and purchased their Luxury Villa Vacation Package. It is 3 times better than the Marriott product and more user friendly.
I buy what I know, and this has potential.
Latest marketing deal by FLSR worth millions. Can the stock really rally past the 50 cent mark or even reach a $1?
in the past I did post many messages, I was an executive was. I did hold quite a lot of HOT shares. In my posting I did say that I don't see how the "BOARD" is going to let go the lousy performance of HOT even more, after the big rival MAR went up in one day by 65%??. Now it came out, and Mr. CEO Von Pashen was "released" from his job. I don't know what went wrong, but I knew quite well that something will happened, and it did, I think it is time to board again, and hope for the next 52 week high, that I hope soon will be 90 $. Take good care Gabriel Wachs.
Could the upcoming spinoff cause Starwood to triple?
Investors should look for companies that have terrible margins
I'm going to start out this post with a counterintuitive statement...investors should look for companies that have terrible profit margins. By that I don't mean to look for companies that do operate in terrible, low-margin sectors. What I mean is that investors should search for companies that have margins that are significantly worse than other companies that operate similar businesses. The idea here is that one can juice their investment returns by purchasing broken companies that can be fixed. If a company is already operating at peak efficiency the upside in the stock is theoretically more limited than the upside for a stock that Mr. Market currently hates because it is being run poorly...CONTINUED