exactly. I should have know 8 was to expensive but I thought it was going to 12 in FY14. Seems like the the nasdaq listing was just a pump and dump
When that happens you can bet analysts will jump on board and upgrade...now that world cup is about over they can continue to look forward to upcoming Olympics.
Exco immediately turned around and sold half of its stake in the undeveloped area to KKR. That company will pay 75% of the partnership's drilling expenses for the 300 identified well locations in the undeveloped acreage, and KKR will receive 75% of the partnership's oil -- 50% of total production when you consider CNOOC's portion -- for the first year these 300 wells are producing. After one year of production, KKR has the right to sell those wells back to Exco based on their net present value at that time minus the revenue it generated from oil production in that first year. Also, KKR's capital return on those wells is limited to 120% the drilling costs.
really...who you trying to scare. If I have a potential $100 stock and it's diluted 20-30% do you really think I care if I only get $60 a share?
Guess AAPL kick their butt. My best friend finally dumped his flip phone and picked up two I5 and a iPAD for his wife on Father's day. If you want a large phone go buy Samsung. If you want a quality phone by an 5C. Now in Oct you'll be able to get a large quality phone with a subscription to beats streaming music. Trust me that was a brilliant acquisition...again folks...it wasn't about the headphones.
I highly doubt it. What kills me is why people were not buying @ 400. It was obvious like the banks a few years go media was trying to convince folks to dump at lows. All those that did have now made institutions a solid profit.
Really....when is the last time you shopped there or stepped in there. I bought $200 new dress shirts alone this weekend and the only thing as an investor I was disappointed in was they could not keep up fast enough refolding clothes and straightening tables. I saw reasonable value and quality in their products.
On Wednesday Canaccord Genuity initiated coverage of SolarCity with a buy rating and target price set to $94