Ya know, missin, if they were to hit with this food safety thing, you'd be looking at .60 or 1.60 or 6.00 or more. One, "one" major product and ArrayIt could make it. Then with a little cash reserve, they could put their talents to work solidifying their future. I've always felt - and stated - that spin-offs were not the answer but, rather, the problem. Giving away 50% ownership of profoundly powerful IP for a few hundred thousand dollars has struck me as patently stupid. OK, so I'm a seer, as in retrospect these spin-offs, rather than striking gold, have stolen gold from the treasury. I hope that they retain control of the food test for obvious golden reasons.
The company's automated manufacturing facility is state-of-the-art and will enable the company to increase margins in the coming quarters. In addition, HPJ, now certified as a Chinese "high-tech" company, means it will qualify from lower Chinese tax rates (15%) throughout 2015.
ELPASO: I READ THE WHOLE POSTED article and IT SAYS THE OPPOSITE of what you wrote ???
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Avoid NEM if you want to keep your trading account healthy. I am now playing Ultimate Stock Alerts (they are in Google, do a search), they give awesome picks
I should just get in on the stupidity and say something classic like "mark this post" .....But if this does see 6.40 tomorrow I will be jumping for joy and will be first back to this post to say you were right. I doubt you (all) would do the same.
Apple would never pinch a few cents on this important new release if they felt Invn's sensor could have done the job more ably than STM's. Clearly Apple's need to complete their vision and specs for the watch did not necessitate the specialness of INVN's sensor and paying the concomitant premium for it. The phone did, and that's why they went with Invensense. Counter to most people's belief, I don't believe Apple actively fosters competition between their sources. They don't need to. They are an important win for any company and companies will always be vying for their business. I can promise you that not one of their suppliers is so
comfortable having their business to be unaware of this fact. Do they take bids form vying companies? Only if the two products are interchangeable. INVN's and STM's products are not, but in this particular case STM's sensor sufficed without
compromising Apple's watch. That is my world.
ExplosiveOTC is such joke. You guys are obviously employees of them. No one would waste their time posting this non sense. Sorry. Truth be told.
JNJ is probably the worst trade this month! Had to lean on the guys over at Ultimate Stock Alerts (search Google for them) for support
A new study attempts to calculate the total annual cost of deaths and injuries by firearms in the USA. It concludes that the direct costs are between $8.5 and $9 billion and the total costs, including such things as lost wages and long term care for those disabled by firearms, are around $220 billion. Per Year. Approximately equal to the annual cost of Medicare.
I have written many times that I'm a Bill of Rights absolutist and that includes the 2d Amendment. I don't own a gun, I think that gun ownership is much more likely to injure you than save your life, but I will defend your 2d Amendment right to own guns, while excising my First Amendment right to express my dismay at the toll that firearms violence takes on our society.
We are an increasingly safe society; violent crime has been on a steady decline for decades. And tha't all good. But we are still paying an enormous price, in lives and money, for our fascination with firearms. Is it too much to ask the vocal defenders of the 2d Amendment to admit that the costs of firearms ownership are high?None of the rights in the Bill of Rights is without costs. There are criminals free because a judge tossed out illegally seized evidence or because a jury freed them in defiance of the evidence or because a defendant exercised his right to remain silent. There are hatei-filled, racist rants on the Internet and elsewhere because the 1st amendment protects hateful speech. And there are people dying by the thousands from gunshots because the 2d amendment protects the right to bear arms. For every potential victim saved by the actions of a gun owner, there are hundreds of actual victims killed or wounded by the violent acts of gun owners.
Gun ownership is like smoking. You have a right to smoke, but it's still a stupid thing to do. You have a right to own a gun, but for almost all of us, it's a stupid thing to do.
(Adds Pimco Total Return Fund's peak in assets, Bernanke appointment). By Jennifer Ablan. May 4 (Reuters) - The Pimco Total Return Fund, launched by Bill Gross, has lost its title as the world's biggest bond mutual fund, following two years of withdrawals.
Because a 'we will sell shares from time to time' is all the rage the last 12 mos for companies that didn't get bankers involved or couldn't get their interest.
They do the shelf for the entire amount they think they'd need to get half their pipe to approval and then dilute as needed based on run rate.
Been more of these than usual the last 12 mos.
SYY couldn’t be more shamefully low if it tried; what a terrible play! I managed to salvage something by playing Ultimate Stock Alerts (you can find them in Google)