that's where a multi-billion valuation might come from. that would be a top 10 medical breakthrough of all time
OK we hear you big penny. Please tell us your position so we can track your (progress). Not trying to start a hoo haw war but lets get the facts going forward. If you have been short at a higher price then kudos. If you don't have a position then thats another story. ??
ISN'T IT IRONIC,DONT U THINK Allanis Morisette
Guaranteed one if oc gets one and may get shut out if oc gets shut out and cap and treanor get them.
Isnt it ironic
That cap loses most of concord prop to epr and they get into bed with each other if mohegan is chosen.
Isnt it ironic
That batman is buying and robin is selling.
Isnt it ironic dont u think
Really, base all your investments on how a Chinese IPO trades. Goof.
Actually his investment in RCPI was a mistake. He wanted a minor stake in Radio Corporation Philippines Inc.(RCPI) but an assistant bought Star instead.
RCPI if anything had a transitory benefit because of a mistake.
Hope that helps.
Drill the Permian, hit oil and refi the Bonds. If it works you have leverage and time on your side.
If you really did your homework on these Presidents and the impact of their policies you would have a different view. There are always two sides. I personally think FDR was a good President but many very smart historians say that if it wasn't for WWII we would not have escaped the depression. The New Deal programs did provide basic needs for many Americans but the prospects to increase jobs wasn't materializing. Many historians say the social programs were drowning this nation. The war ended the depression. Did PBS discuss this view? I am not saying either view is correct only that there are 2 views regarding the New Deal. On a much smaller scale Obama is doing the same thing. He is providing basic needs like food stamps and unemployment checks but the employment prospects for the poor are not improving. Six years and so many are still unemployed and on government assistance.
So is Obama good for the people? At what point do you measure success by self reliance and not government support?
I've been trying to tell you that very thing for MANY years now...pathetic is right. Get a clue, this is a trading stock, not an investment.
Tsinghua Unigroup is 51% owned by Tsinghua Holdings and 49% owned by Beijing Jiankun Investment Group; this latter group is controlled by Zhau Weiguo who is also chairman and CEO of Tsinghua Unigroup. In late 2013 it made two acquisitions (Spreadtrum and RDA Microelectronics) each of which involved a payment larger than its market cap, suggesting that it is acting on behalf of a fund elsewhere. This is believed to be part of a Chinese-government attempt to consolidate the fabless semiconductor sector.
i believe it like I believe this
"If I want I can make love with the most beautiful women in the world, if I want..... but i don't want"
I have been searching for a company to add to my portfolio for future growth that is trading below book value. As you can imagine, this is quite difficult to come by given the fact that the market is reaching all time highs. With that being said, there are always great values out there, you just have to look beyond the mainstream (ie. Google, Apple, Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
I have been delving into bank stocks lately for a couple of reasons. First, financials are still trading at low multiples compared to the rest of the market with some banks still trading below book. Second, I would like to be ahead of the crowds when the Fed decides to increase interest rates.
I discovered several small thrifts that have converted into bank holding companies and gone public to use their IPO proceeds to make acquisitions thereby expanding their businesses.
I came across one bank in particular that I would like to share. The bank is HomeTrust Bancshares ("HomeTrust") or $HTBI.
HomeTrust started as a thrift and morphed into a private partnership between the following bank divisions:
1905 - Shelby Savings Bank;
1909 - Home Savings Bank;
1912 - Cherryville Federal Bank;
1926 - HomeTrust Bank;
1929 - Industrial Federal Bank;
1935 - Tryon Federal Bank; and
2007 - Rutherford County Bank.
HomeTrust went public as a holding company on July 11, 2012, which generated $211.6M in proceeds.
Since its IPO, HomeTrust has made the following 4 primary acquisitions/mergers by year:
July 2013 - Bank Greenville Financial Corporation - $114M in assets;
May 2014 - Jefferson Bancshares - $494M in assets;
July 2014 - Bank of Commerce - $123M in assets; and
November 2014 (pending) - 10 branches from Bank of America - $504M in deposits.
Although the above acquisitions are small compared to larger banks, this is quite a feat for a bank that was merely a county bank before its IPO.
I considered selling on Monday into another likely price rise. The average pattern for IPOs is up about 2 days and then goes lower normally back to some discount below the IPO price.
But with BABA I'm more concerned about missing more upwards move then trying to sell and rebuy it lower later. This is because BIDU and many others are success stories from China. I think because people see that alone it might not discount these shares at all until much later.
I think when this whole message board goes full tilt bull that then might be the time to reconsider the chance of selling and buying back for less. (perhaps sell and rebuy each $1 dip).
What's your plan?
I spoke to him 4 times I was a basket case he did not say anything improper . I get it he is not your typical CEO obvious on the other hand this Big Mac guy is very sensitive he cares I know it I saw it in his eyes . Bar or not being able to share more is not management decision it's legal to management to bar or. The science will win the unusual CEO will only enhance negotiation with pharma. Credibility nonsense is just that. When u sit with this guy for 5 minutes his good soul and good nature and good humor will set the tone for big numbers.