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  • buckeye8810 buckeye8810 Apr 6, 2013 12:19 PM Flag

    All this drama over a measly $57m due in September?

    The rest of the debt isn't even due until 2018. They currently have more than enough cash to payoff the $57m convertible note. Do they want to? Probably not. I'm sure they'd rather refinance, but I seriously doubt they default when they can easily make the payment.

    Bought in yesterday and will continue to add on any weakness.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • sales in the industrial group are actually good here in the usa. the automotive in Europe is dragging but Thursdays drop may have been some very bad timing of someone selling some stock the same day some odd news was released scaring everyone. the company seems to be in bettery shap than they were a yesr ago so why now is the question I am asking. I think the stock will slowly come back and if Europe can not be negative then this should be in low 3s

      Sentiment: Buy

    • paleologosx Apr 7, 2013 1:25 AM Flag

      NO ! This has nothing to do with 57 million convertible notes but It has to do with BILLIONS of potential liabilities for DECADES to come. Just Google Los Angeles Times, Exide and arsenic. This site does not let me paste links.

    • I think now that people have had a few days to digest everything we are going to start to see this recover. I would bet we hit 1.85 again Monday. People were too shook up Friday and still scratching their heads over Thursday's drop. When something like this happens even I sit back and scratch my head and say "is this real?" "is it a trick?". Monday people will be re assured and people will be back in.

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