Question is will GS join the long line of analysts who have come to regret their "buy" recommendation on this stock. Hope this one actually pans out - but hard to be optimistic after the serial disappointments that this company delivers
you love to make predictions about the stock screaming higher - you've been doing it for years - but you never provide a reason why sentiment will change. Buying back shares hasn't really worked. Such an "innovative" company but the products having no pricing power. When Weeks is shown the door - the company has a chance.
The brilliant CFO is buying shares at the open. The SP pops a bit, then fades as the shares are sold. Corning is wasting cash trying to keep the sp afloat - to make up for #$%$ management who has no vision and very little ability to execute. Just cannot figure out how this management team isn't swept away.
the stock still falls below the market average - even on the day of a buy coverage initiation. How well is the management of this company thought of?
Weeks wakes up to do a conference - then figures he has a few months to count his money instead of driving shareholder value. He talks but no results. Wish 3M or GE would just come in and take them out.
Yep and at the rate this piece of #$%$ stock moves, I will be retired before it reaches there. Weeks is the lamest CEO I have ever heard. And every one of your predictions about the sp have been bs.
What exactly is the good news coming? I've never heard such a lame CEO on conference calls. Until a real executive comes into Corning - this stock will flounder.
Is this yet another innovation that has a single press release and never to be heard from again? (e.g. anti-microbial gorilla, smart building glass). And if Apple was so gung ho to use this feature on a future phone do ya think they would not insist in exclusivity for some time and it would be kept a secret until it launched?