All joking aside, I seriously liked Charles exparte. He's right and his points read quite eloquently. Good job Charles.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
ITB 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)
Between Abalest and DJ we are lucky. We have 2 of the richest people on the planet reguarly posting on this board telling us how much stock they own. It's incredible that they have the time to post here with all their wealth.
I am not trying to see how far ODP sink. Instead I am using my smarts to follow Ultimate Stock Alerts (look for them in Google search)
total bummer for those that are stupid enough to do what you are suggesting since, well, sounds to me like these trials are going to be willingly funded by their partners, let alone potential investors that will be willing to invest in a shelf offering that is probably going to be more than the current share price......but hey......good luck to you and anyone dumb enough to take your advice... : D
You're both pathetic, like 2 girls on a playground. Good for entertainment value, thx for the laugh.
Wonder how many lawsuits would of happened if Twitter CRUSHED earnings and it leaked out 1-hour before market close?
NMM seems to be more transparent than most companies. We all know the ships, the rates and the expirations. We also know the spot rates if they decide to recharter on a short term basis.
Only question is the pipeline of possible new ships coming on board. I'm most curious to know how many ships NMM will get from this bankrupcty deal. Sounds like a nice deal. Ships are not currently chartered I believe and they only have to pay for them from proceeds of future charters. Amazing.
Kimmy prd everything to try to get the pps to 12 or 13 so he could drop the offering on us.When he tried everything and hit the wall at 10.75 kimmy was seen talking to himself saying no mas no mas
With 85% of costs denominated in Canadian dollars that wouldn't be great for RBY. At least they got the streaming money when the rates were more favorable.
Baltimore is about much more than one tragic incident. 50% minority unemployment and a failed liberal experiment, 30+ years of liberal government giving a subsistent existence is no longer enough. Most of those people simply want what liberalism does not offer them, a chance to get ahead.
When I was buying under $6.80 to average down to just that, I did so large in part because I believed VALE's earnings forecast would pull it above $7.
The recent rally taking it above $8 and now back to $7 seems just about right for now.
I think VALE might trade nearly flat going through earnings, but slowly trend up into $8-$9 for the next quarter.
Then that earnings next quarter has to be break even or close to it.
Can't have losses with a $9 share price.
And of coarse the $10+ share price is when VALE returns to profits.
I don't see any chance of profitability tomorrow morning.
However, I do see a good chance they beat the estimate 22 cent loss, which means back up to $8 on any beat.
There's people on here calling for 20% drops, and 20% gains.
The most likely is that it barely moves at all.
That's only because of the recent gains.
If this was $6 like it was a week ago, then we would all be predicting 20% up.
I am obviously not a investing expert, but today has me even more confused. On no news the price went to $9.68, then dropped to the close of $8.98. What could prompt such large swings with no news?
I would be shaking in my boots too if I was short. No excuses or mirage here. Writing on wall. $19s price. Already baked in. This explains a 25pct drop for no reason. If marked to market would have been 10-15pct correction. Big boys were grtting $19-19.50 stock all along at $24 SP. Bio correction came at a good time so this could hide behind that to confuse the shorts. Pure luck.
Pipelines probably just caught a high frequency algorithm wave that carried them higher in response to spot oil going up 2 or 3% today. REITs took it on the chin though.