pittston co.and brinks,especially binks are going to fail, until outside hiring stops and
letting the real people who do the work become promotable and then you can build a sound foundation,this is economics 101. the employee
who is in the uniform and talking to the customer is in person to person, not on a conference call. that is why we are losing business and under bidded for contracts.
just looking to get a good return & intelligent info ....
actually very " pro-BAX" ...
but - if one buys at $15, then asks for insight when the stock hits a 52 week high of $27 - does not mean that he/ she is " negative"
nice to see BAX aggressively going after the forwarders - market share has dwindled for three years - time to get it back
and previous postings have just been factual - sometimes we have to take the bad news along with the good - for a time, nothing but bad news and horiffic mismanagement .......
let's just hope for some good news from these PZB cos in the future - the shareholders have grown tired but are certainly happier now than in 2000 ....
hip hip hooray for a sunny day !
standing by for q1 results -
My suggestion is for YOU to sell everything you have in this company. For everybody else, I would see a short term hold and a long term buy.
It appears from your previous posts that you are biased against this company. So I do not see any reason for you to hold on to any positions in this company. There are many other air freight/freight forwarders that have good outlooks on the future.
Get out now, since you are looking for an excuse to do so.
Good luck in your future tradings.
The stock seems to be doing well as of late.
Should we sell before Q1 results are announced?
Besides the humor - this board provides little value to investors.
Why so quiet people? Anything exciting going on @ Brinx, Bax, Coal?
p.s. as a tribute to "camper" - I ordered a " team camper " t shirt - this does get lots of interesting comments.......... but I do enjoy the spririt and sense of redemption whenever I wear it .
bak 2 pikun stox ........ damn - I lik tawlkun thisuhway.............
we no who z laffun and who z not ..
re " cboobygorgyporgy" I hav teers in my iz
keep it cumun boyz
better than using profanity in public places, such as after a bad golf shot.........
This new word may replace many words of choice such as :
This has become a very useful phrase to many.
Perhaps someday webster will have it listed -
happy sprang to yunz awl !
bak 2 gawlfun, figerun, drankun, huffun, puffun
where are you camper? we miss you
For Camper and all his fans, I've finally located a site to help us learn to speak (or at least get some practice reading) Campereeze.
Camper, you might enjoy this too since you'll be able to read through any website quicker using it.
Select 'Redneck' (for Campereeze)
Input a URL (it even works partially at www.baxglobal.com)
Camper, this site had you written all over it.
I'm familliar with section 9b3 and the likelihood of Brink's organizing, my comment was truely a red herring (I hope you didn't think I launched a two post diatribe about the impact union labor on the Pittston Company without being aware that I would find a receptive ear from a person who names themself section9b3?).
All the more indicative of organizational thinking when when a primarily service organization (you know, a company that depends entirely on its people as its product) advances those individuals who made their name by being anti-labor (Dan, Cbob and Farrel come to mind).
Thank you for the very interesting insite. I remember the strike and the Addington acquisition - didnt know about the impact to the Coal business.
I stand corrected as it relates to Mr Dans compensation.
PS - Not much chance of Teamsters organizing Brinks as long as section 9B3 is upheld. Its the story behind Dans rise to the top. I wont bore you with the details other then to say that his record with Unions is pretty interesting given the fact that he is the son of a Union Business Agent.