so would you reduce the dividend to reduce debt or leave it. Thanks
any shares for awhile AH. Will have to see what tomorrow brings. But at this time seems like no big movement one way or another
I didn't mean a huge dilution but there might be a time where some share issuance isn't a bad idea to reduce debt in addition to pay down from cash flow. Just an idea.
No one's faking anyone. I have 24,000 shares from $35 to $47 selling 2,000 for a profit is fine by me. Profit is profit. Still have 22,000 shares.
thought you were a decent guy but you're a loser must be related to wdcsucks. bye another ignore button. you're clueless and shouldn't be in stocks
who knows what tomorrow brings but I booked some profits. Why not. Have to listen to the whole call later
wil be throwing more and more free cash flow to the bottom line. Initial action was down but strangely enough even with reduced EPS the quote is now green. I think this is because the revenue guidance is good and the business end is good it's just getting the debt under control which they may do by issuing new shares down the road a bit. What the lose in share dilution they'll pick up in earnings power.
under his rock again since it went green. Saw he came out for a peek to day since it was red earlier. Too funny
plus some profit taking before CC. I've made over $150K in the last week so I am happy
consumer reports should rule not some study done by shills for the lawyers bringing the suit. What a farce. Maybe FIT doesn't need to say anything. We give them any ammo to misinterpret what FIT mgt says. Silence may be golden
just as predicted pretty much hit near $45 and backed down.
well it's had a nice move. As I posted when it was at $42 I figured 2-3 more points unless the CC is blow out on guidance. We're at that 2-3 point range. CC will determine short term move. If nothing outstanding will probably hang in this 43-45 range for awhile.
On the london exchange. billion dollar mkt cap and not a dollar of revenue. Hmmm???
and buyers dry up. It's a trading vehicle. pure and simple no "investors"