Capital One has about 2x the market cap of SYF.
Also someone posted SYF price to book is about 2.00 whereas Capital One is about 1.01, which if accurate, makes COF a much better value than SYF on a pure book value basis.
I think insiders know what they are doing, particularly the ones putting their money in the stock in the millions.
Most likely they will pay via a share offering yet to be announced. Dilution is the likely issue.
You're analysis is excellent because you are thinking and on target.
Not bad. Indicates this thing is going to $100 after split.
Read the balance sheet coming out of this quarter to see the reason next quarter should be good.
When a stock is ready for a rise, analysts downgrade.
When a stock is ready for a rise, analysts upgrade.
What other reason do they have to upgrade /downgrade other than to make money?
Do you think they put out missives just for the fun of it?
This is why statistics show that 80 percent of upgrades are wrong and 80 percent of downgrades are wrong.
What do you mean by "under grades"? Very few eggs are less than top grade coming from the hen.
As to layer schedule, search these key words and select the USDA chart: Layers: Inventory by Month and Year, US. This chart indicates you are right as to highest layer population during the holiday season but there is much more to egg production than number of layers. One huge factor is season and the number of hours of light the layers receive AND the trend of day length.
I was a poultry farmer / egg producer before retirement.
I do not think Wal-Mart has the ability to squeeze CALM. Far too complex for Wal-Mart style of management.
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The simple answer is yes.
India has been migrating its international relationships toward favoring Russia ever since Nixon changed to favor Pakistan over India.
On the other hand, during WW2, India strongly supported Europe & UK and in a multitude of ways.
Sorry, pressed the post button by mistake, continue from and.... the number of "stations" in many countries is like this: about 60 percent of ALL fuel stations provide CNG/LNG along with diesel and gasoline/petrol.
Note: I do not own this stock for fundamental reasons only. But, as to growth prospects, the potential is astronomical.
The question I have are related to the income statements and balance sheet.
--Over $300 million retained earnings.
--4 consecutive quarters of declining revenue.
Looking at the last quarter, accounts payable increased more than accounts receivable which does not bode well for the next quarterly report.
"The company supplies compressed natural gas (CNG) fuel for light, medium, and heavy-duty vehicles; and liquefied natural gas (LNG) fuel for medium and heavy-duty vehicles."
Having traveled in many countries that are far more advanced than USA in LNG and
The article gives one reason for selling.
My reason would be different: Only a fool would sell SJM which is, I suppose, an irony.
You are right. But to prove Apollo's conniving with the China hooligans will be difficult. In any case, I do think Cooper learned a very valuable lesson.
Furthermore, other takeover sharks now know how much Cooper is willing to sell the company for and will be making offers forthwith.
Compute ESV value = Current stock price / PEG. ESV PEG Ratio = 0.51
Stock value = 55 / .51 = 107.84
Yes. And China is adjacent to a rapid growth market Russia and FSU countries.
Great synergies for CTB accelerated growth.