Ryanair has rock solid financials. Also, again, look at the PRASM and CASM in addition to the financials. Ryanair's CASM is very low.
The debt "story" is a canard? They have Net Debt to EBITDA of over 4.Probably over 5 by now. Highest in the Industry. Huge Red Flag if you know anything about financials.
I suppose PRASM doesn't matter either? If you want to buy now and sell them in the run up when the market rebounds, but before everyone realizes the stock's still a dog, I don't blame you, there might be money to be made, but it's speculation. It might not come back. I'd still be hesitant to sell on weakness but I wouldn't buy a stock like this to start. They're not a long-term investment caliber stock at present.
I'd buy something hit by contagion today instead of something so speculative. And if you want to speculate, there's some good BRIC stuff that's cheap and the UK banks.
I'll buy at that price too. $60 cash per share as of now though lol. You waiting for it to hit net-net?
Today? Open Air agreements related to Brexit, which is admittedly, mostly BS. But that doesn't mean they're a great value.
It's still speculative, because you can't just look at the P/E. They have insane amounts of debt, even for the industry and their tax situation is complicated.
Here read this, explains P/E and AAL in detail:
I only lost a few hundred on this, lesson learned. Back into real stocks while they're on fire sale rather than premium to NAV funds that underperform less volatile investments.
It also only really seems to be used on refractory p's. Color me skeptical too as rituxan has fairly high efficacy on new p's.
Possible buyout candidate in later phases (or maybe even after the conference) and I'd like to see better chemo drugs, but right now it's too speculative for my portfolio. IDK I might call IR and ask them if they don't hang up on me.
This is also not the only 3rd gen anti-CD20, I don't know why people are acting like it is.
They have a sweetheart deal with the gov't, pay no taxes and have had a div for 40 years. They'd basically have to kill a few thousand people a la Bhopal before "leaky pipes" matters. Even then, they'd only take a stock price hit on the suit itself, kind of like the post-Sandy dive.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Huh interesting, I'll have to read this one, thx.
Granted AMD is a terrible company on so many levels compared to INTC. I like the AMD graphics and esp. the budget APU line though. Everything else is horrifying.
Jobs was an idiot, INTC is a good company (product line, fundamentals) but I wouldn't buy it on bearish technicals barring another dip to @19.
They're not going out of business anytime soon, so I'd hold'em if you got 'em, but I think there's easier money to be made elsewhere otherwise.
This is just not happening. They're going TSM. The atom is an atrocious chip btw, it's not even the most modern intel mobile device chip, do some research.
It's a quasi-pyramid scheme, same as MTEX. MTEX used to trade for 200+. Now it's practically a penny stock. Stocks like this have no long-term.
Even the longs aren't really long on this unless they're incredibly dumb, they figure it's a momo after a short squeeze hits, which given the current #$%$ contest going on between Icahn and Ackman will probably happen.
If you're playing the momentum, fine, good luck with that. If you think this is a buy and hold, you need treatment. I don't think many people are in the latter camp.
LOL, it's under investigation, the price is down for a reason - substantial risk is priced in. Also, their books are wacked and revenue is inflated by an abundance of internal sales. Ackman's right.
No, of course not. The Dow is an aggregate of blue chips. You mentioned only one Dow component.
You mentioned several tech stocks, too and they're volatile. The "death of the PC" has decimated some areas of tech. Plus, there's the AAPL drop. You also mentioned several Basic Materials/Industrials. Not doing well. Also, read the financials on some of these companies. Some have visible problems.
This year, bear in mind, market contagion is for whatever reason, not in full swing. Stockpicking is more important than in some previous years.
You are completely wrong. The last week in January into Feb 1 is bullish on technicals (look at the Stock Trader's Almanac). Also, you only have 1 dow30 stock in your portfolio (CAT).
DJIA is up 4.45% so far this year. S&P 500 is up 3.45%, NASDAQ is 2.15%.
Your portfolio is, tbh, atrocious. You can get away with 8-9 stocks, but they should be different sectors. How did you pick these stocks?
There's no market manipulation. You just picked stocks somewhat badly.