Re: "elk i don't no what happened , i wont rush to judgement like you."
Well, very interesting, acehole. Are you becoming more virtuous.....you previously have had no problem in rushing to judgment about blacks being to blame. hehe
They are in a deadly embrace, the odds are 99.9999% against buy and hold investors. I would short here on any rallies, but this looks like distribution is going on and slow decline. I see no positives anywhere for 2 years.
all b.s. why sell assets now at its lowest ? backroom boys call the shots not what you read on a stupid message board... money will be coming from govt's .. bbd is a sense of " pride " and no matter how screwed up the company is .. they will get govt backing .... those vulture capitalists knew that and they are currently in charge and not joe blow investor ?
Again you are wrong. Forget about the fair value of FB. This stock could go down as low as a $10 or as high as $200. who cares. But from $80 to $10, there are traders who will make tones of money from it, and there are trades who will lose money.
Bottom line, the price of an stock is the value of that stock on that day, the reset is BS
The company is doomed long-term. Yet, short-term it is highly profitable with a huge and growing cash hoard. Will make for an interesting study.
Revenues are shrinking, but expenses are shrinking even faster. And, despite Saylor convincing the analysts that the higher than expected cost-cutting is still due to the 9 months ago restructuring, the reality is that now it is due to employees heading out the doors in mass exodus.
So, here we are with a company that has a legacy product that is generating few new sales, but will continue to generate a steady stream of maintenance revenue. Expenses will continue to plummet as the exodus will continue. You cannot find an employee outside of the executive floor that isn't actively looking.
So, in the short-term profitability is only going to increase. The $400m cash hoard is just going to grow for awhile. But, then what happens? The BI product is a lumbering legacy that stands little chance of competing for new sales, so revenue will come from maintenance stream. Usher is a fantasy and there's a reason Saylor won't list the early adopters. So, how does a cash flush company with an obsolesced product die? Does it slowly wither away or does it flame out in fantastic fashion?
I don't see a path where the ship gets righted, particularly as literally dozens of employees are voluntarily leaving every day. One of these quarters soon and the analysts will catch on and not be blinded by the improved profitability and cash flow due to rapidly decreasing salary costs.
You seem to have missed the $.33 up day on the 23rd. Guess that's what comes from standing on your head so much - up starts to look like down.
If your forecasting skills are as good as your math skills, the rest of us are in good shape.
And still another great piece of info by the biggest loser long siamese twin with two ah's and zero heads- hahaha!!!
Sorry, a little late in the response. Yes. Up until PCTI's recent missteps I thought there were 3 fundamentally cheap stocks where mgts were building good businesses: PCTI, KTCC and LTRX. KTCC is the 1st to start to perform. LTRX and PCTI may have to wait until the 2ndH of 2015-assuming the economy gets a little stronger.
Thank you for your kind, wise,and timely financial advice as I managed to collect 7k in the mid 19 area..... continued success H200 .....all the best to you.......GLTA
treasury's yield will eventually go up, though the pace is very slow and bumpy. There's nothing we should worry about its investment portfolio. If some active investors jump in to cut the expense ratio further or more aggressively restructure the management team, we will see more than 15% jump on its share price.
Even if we're not lucky enough to see any change in its management team, based on the macro economic backdrop and its fundamentals, the fair value of this stock should be around 85~87.
A JV could make some sense, but an outright sale certainly does not.
@@@@However, sources cautioned that Bombardier still views trains as a business with major potential that remains integral to its overall operations. Because of that, a joint venture or partnership is a more likely outcome than a sale, these people said.