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  • vskomarovsky vskomarovsky Jan 9, 2009 2:28 AM Flag

    $0 stock in 2 years ....

    You do not know what you are talking about. So, read an opinion of a pro: https://wwws.ameritrade.com/cgi-bin/apps/Main "CBG's debt to total capital ratio, at 71.90%, is in-line with the Real Estate Operations industry's norm despite its increase over the last year. Given that the company's operating profits are 2.67 greater than interest payments, there should be little difficulty in repaying debt.

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    • <<"CBG's debt to total capital ratio, at 71.90%, is in-line with the Real Estate Operations industry's norm despite its increase over the last year.>>

      The "industry norm" is desperation and near implosion.

      So, yeah, CBG is not alone.

      However, the easy argument is that CBG's losses have been even greater than "the industry norm," because of their once huge investment brokerage revenues that are no longer being realized.

      The franchise has some value, but near to mid-term revenues (through 2011/2012) will be much too meager to justify remaining a publicly traded company, IMO.

      We'll see.

 
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