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NCI Building Systems Inc. Message Board

  • davef9699 davef9699 Nov 13, 2009 4:53 PM Flag

    Prediction: NCS $1.10 by EOY...

    Market will tank from here on out, and so will NCS, aided by dilution and new shorts moving in en masse.

    Munda? Care to call it lower?

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    • One thing I know for sure is that given your predilection for companies with lots of debt and little equity once you leave NCS I do not think we will ever cross paths again...

      My god you are dense and slow...

    • I get. I get it... choose one of the three below that best describes a couple of people with little education and money to loose...

      ( ) munda and guiness...
      ( ) dilution and debt...
      ( ) Godzilla and Mothra...

    • Please ignore - there's even a button to help you.

      I do hope your Pollyannaish predictions pan out for you, and in your estimated timeframe. It will allow me to exit this position faster than I now plan.

      And I hope when do sell, you have the decency to mention it, unlike OCNF, which you continued pumping for a number of days after selling. Classy.

    • "The point, very simply, was debt will not weigh down a share price when there is growth"

      Hello!... did you arrive to this market inside a brown paper bag? If there is going to be ONE determinant of success in the years ahead is going to be that equity will reign over debt... and companies with more of the former will swallow those who have more of the latter...

      Risk capital is already going for over 8%... deals at 11% can be found all the time...

      Guinness... if I ignore your post from now on... it is not personal... it is just that you are a waste of time...

    • Well said, Guinness.

    • Touched a nerve, eh.

      The point, very simply, was debt will not weigh down a share price when there is growth, or an expectation of growth, as (re)financing the debt will be non-traumatic. MTW, with its cranes and food service business, can't be perfectly compared with itself, let alone another business. But this is not the MTW board, is it.

      Shorts covering? There were 11 million net buys as shorts covered between 15 oct and 30 oct. If anything, it provided a speed bump to the price drop caused by the converted preferred sell off.

      On the junctures, I made that point, saying you were pinning a lot of hopes on 4q earnings. And if revenue and outlook are not improving, the stronger bs is not going be enough of a catalyst to create a "juncture" for a quick double.

    • That's correct, Nedwin.

      They have duplication in that regard with some Enodis product line.

    • I believe they sold the ice division last year or were in talks about it.

    • So now is a trio... of "guinness" who thinks defense contractors have some thing in common with a crane manufacturer (the post looked like a joke)... MUNDA who has proven beyond doubt that he can't add or subtract a balance statement and do not not forget "sunny" too who while quieter could be one who eats the cake...

      Dave... do yourself a favor... you own dilution central... and bankruptcy point... sell those duds and come to dark side where where you will make up your losses...

    • You tell him, Guiness.

      Modern is in la la land now. He traded a smack down loss in OCNF to go all-in on NCS and is currently way down from his buy price of $2.60.

      He got greedy with another POS stock, OCNF, and desperate with trying to recoup losses on OCNF with NCS. But spinning fantasy regarding NCS doesn't get it done. HUGE mistake!

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