bot anr 9.9, tsl 5.81, ha 6.56, ugaz 18.10
ready to add to tsl, anr, ha on any pullbacks.
looking for any pop in ugaz tomorrow to dump.
holding aapl for possible earnings run prior to jan 23rd.
wish i had dumped it yesterday, tho. my acct finished +.56% regardless of apparent "mistakes".
not posting much due to the troll.
Wall Street warns: Boeing's turning into a boondoggle
It's hard to be a Boeing (NYSE: BA ) fan, no doubt. The company lost another high-profile plane sales contract (to Hawaiian Holdings (NASDAQ: HA ) ) Monday, to rival airplane builder Airbus. As the days go by, it looks like Hawaiian's slipping farther and farther from the fold as it retires aging Boeing aircraft, and replaces them with Airbuses from the other side of the world.
Hawaiian Airlines said Tuesday that it flew a record 9.48 million passengers last year, a 9.4 percent increase from the number of people who flew the Honolulu-based airline in 2011, while the number of passengers for the carrier grew by 9.7 percent in December alone.
Hawaiian, a subsidiary of Hawaiian Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq: HA), flew a record 812,395 passengers in December, compared to 740,660 passengers flown in December 2011.
Traffic, or revenue per passenger mile, increased 22.8 percent in December, and by 20.4 percent for all of 2012, the airline said. Capacity, or available seat miles, increased 27.3 percent last month compared to the previous year, and by 22 percent for all of 2012, when compared with 2011.
The airline's load factor, which is the percentage of seats filled, was 79.9 percent in December, which was 2.9 percentage points lower than the same month in 2011, while for the fill year it was 83.2 percent, which was 1.1 percentage points lower than the figure for 2011, which was 84.3 percent.