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  • humvee5000 humvee5000 Jul 21, 2008 12:11 PM Flag

    Barons and FLY

    The article on FLY touted the high 20% divi and their buyback. Stock(FLY) gets a great boost. Much more difficult to explain to investors that AYR is in the same business - has a much higher FFO and is just using their cash to solidify and grow the business. When will investors pay more attention here? My humble opinion is when they raise their divi and do their refi. They need both of these to draw attention. Until then we will lag FLY and GLS.
    Bought more FLY today(actually replacing shares sold in the big drop). In the long view AYR is doing the correct things - but it could be months before they show - buy then FLY and GLS should be a few dollars more a share and I can readjust and buy more AYR.
    Of course I could be wrong! Hey I bought these guys in the first place!

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    • Our 200 day moving average is 19.61. It is amazing how fast and how far AYR went down.

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      • I've noticed the same thing for about the last couple of weeks. The MA is surprisingly low, and some use the 200, 100, and 50 day MA as buy signals. We're above the 20 day MA... one of the most meaningless statistics.

        At any rate there might be some bump once we get above the 50 day MA, and that's only about a buck and a half higher, or lacking that, a few days further foward as some of the higher days move out. I'm not sure how much of a buy signal this will be as of yet, but time will tell.

        Meanwhile we're about 2 weeks from earnings and we'll have plenty to chew on. I don't know if we'll see much action from that unless oil spends some more time sinking.


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