Hoping for Genworth to go under 7 is a pipe dream.
Only dreaming about a pipe is more likely than this getting that low ever again.
I would say 15 before 7. . I say NEVER 7 anything again!
Hey, I sure haven't figured it out.. But if I had to make the discision.. I would cut it at least 50%.. When they are cutting capex.. There are consequences.. If you want to cancel a contract to drill.. There are cancellation charges.... Actually I guess it gets down to.. What your conviction on what price of oil is going to do.. I think its going back down to $50. or lower? Hey COP is getting killed with lower oil prices.. Projected to lose money this qtr? XOM is doing fine.. Not only paying nice divvy.. Just declared extra divvy.. And also buying back stk.. Why would any one want to own COP? When they could own XOM? COP does have cash to pay divvy this qtr.. But results from this qtr.. If they continue paying .73 divvy? By next qtr.. It will be getting payed with borrowed money..
I wish TA made 80 cents in 1Q 2015 as I am long big time. If this is the case, the stock will go up $8 based on PE of 10.
TA made 1 cent in 1Q 2014.
Forecast for 1Q 2015 is around 23 cents. I don't think this is far off. This will lift the stock about $2.
Gross profit margin on gas for 1Q 2014 was 18 cents, which is normal.
Gross profit margin on gas for 4Q 2014 was 28 cent. Outstanding!
I understand that January was a great month, so 28 cents.
So, the other two months were just better than average.
I don't think 23 cents is not that far off.
There are more stores but this is offset by additional interest costs. New purchases do not make quick contributions.
Recently purchased centers will contribute now, but should not add more than a cent or two right now.
So, my range of 17.50 to 18.50 will probably be the case, but I wish you are correct.
I would rather miss this quarter than buy more for trading profit. I thought I had more time to buy as I thought earning will be released in early June. Otherwise, I would had bought this baby for trading when it was down to 16.40. last week. Buying around mid-17 carries more risk than reward as I expect a correction of at lease 5% in mid - May.
I would buy at 17 though. I need at least a 6% profit before I buy for trading.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
LITHIUM. Tesla will need lots of Lithium which can be mined in Nevada close to the Gigafactory. The key here is who has the mining permits for vast quantities of Lithium besides the US Government? IENG ?
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Lickey....Known fact Zo does not give a ratz monkey you know what about their shareholders. That's a good one. Zo will be in the $1.70-$1.90 range mid 2016 until then dead money....But good luck anyway
we should always see a week before earnings a stock increasing pps as it draws near.if it goes down that's rarely a good sign in near term.
the PROBLEM for you "mostly BIZ types" IS THAT "you often don't see THE TECH INNOVATION "IMPLICATIONS" ahead of time...
the "biggest point" I see in this TESLA BATTERY ...is HOW the GREAT WAY this can be used... BEFORE YOU EVEN get into having SOLAR PANELS INSTALLED...
this is gonna SELL like "HOTCAKES"...
it even caught me by surprise... until I SUDDENLY REALIZED "the great benefit of this" EVEN BEFORE YOU "GET SOLAR PANELS" done, etc.
so AND I'LL GET INTO "what's gonna happen" with this AND "WHY IT'S GONNA BE A HUGE HIT" even before you "have Solar Panels" installed... WHICH YOU SHOULD DEFINITELY GET TO THAT ALSO... because that's the MAIN GAMEPLAN...
but EVEN before that... PEOPLE ARE GONNA GO BANANAS over having "one or more of these"
this is "gonna be SO COOL" to have a "setup" with this... even without YET having SOLAR PANELS installed...
so I EXPECT HUGE IMMEDIATE "DEMAND AND SALES" of this...
I'll explain this later... it will probably impact some "gasoline" related stuff... I don't want to get into that now... anticipate an effect in that... but they'll have a huge increase in biz too... just have to "emphasize kind of different focus" on their product offering...
I'll wait on this... tech types ought to be able to figure this out... just hit me in a flash insight as usual...
I'll wait to see if someone else doesn't "post the implications" first...etc.
News is needed. It's beyond ridiculous that we don't know what is going on into May. John P. gets a grade of F for communication. We are stuck speculating. Hopefully it's good news for shareholders.
Prior to October 8, this question was much more relevant, because, we just didn't know enough about how ARC-520 worked in humans. We now know - 51% s-AG KD for 2mg/kg, just like the chimp model - only longer lasting - like 57 days, which supports multidosing.
Since then, though, we have seen ARWR file for ARC-AAT, and will likely get Orphan Drug designation if it proves effective, this fall..
We've also seen ARWR acquire the NVS IP right out from under ALNY's nose, and NVS accepted stock as partial payment, at prices higher than today's market price.
And, finally, we saw the preclinical paper for the next version of DPC, filed for publishing in January, accepted and published in April. This foretells ARWR's future potential, and likely the downfall of certain competitors, if the preclinical data follows through in human trials, because subQ delivery with 200 day effects at low dosage trumps anything the competition will have in the RNAi field.
So, its not, as latebloomer would have said, a "binary event" for me, anymore - I just want to see improved KD numbers from previous dosages, and that tells me that Dr. Given was correct in his read of where they are at the dose curve (middle of ascending portion), and, will give me comfort that ARWR scientists are correct in their comprehension of ARC-520, DPC and the whole RNAi program.
Now, of course, the higher, the better, and all of my math and excel data projections could be blown out of the water with very high projections, but, for now, I'm good with projecting the range of 3mg = 65%-67% (~.5 LOG), and 4mg = 75% - 77% (~.65 LOG) s-AG KD, mean peak.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Product sales. This company can't just walk down the street to the nearest credit union. Yes, 10% is high, but I'm willing to place my bet on much higher return in the long run.