The only risk to distributors is loss of exclusivity. Anyone would take that bet in a heartbeat. The product revolutionizes medicine, I have exclusivity; the product is a dud, I don't care if I lose exclusivity.
galaxie, it was a cargo plane. You don't have to worry unless you try to save airfare by shipping yourself in a package (or board a regional puddle jumper, but that's another story). Pilots on passenger airliners mostly can read flight instruments and actually talk to navigators to make sure they are awake. Besides, the Atlas crew was only eight miles off course in Kansas; it's not like there were mountains or oceans into which they might have crashed in the blink of an eye it takes a 747 to travel that distance. What's a few ears sucked into air inlets if they land in a corn field? Popcorn maybe?
Off by 8 cents. Share priced dipped to $4.87 Tuesday at the open.
Whoa! Didn't expect things to happen so quickly after XCO hit my price target. Wonder if the $4.95 close on Tuesday expedited Mr. Miller's departure.
LOL. JCP maybe in another few years, but TGT and KSS will be around for awhile.
On another topic, catch the progress in hydrogen fuel cells on Yahoo! Finance home page (or in your local newspaper)? Talk about something becoming history, maybe it's gasoline engines (but not soon).
Ping Pow Princess periodically has summarized upcoming events for us. Let me try that again. Ping Pow Princess periodically provides presentation plans, prompting post-presentation pumper price predictions.
Seems to be similar to politics and religion; where once certain people make up their minds, they refuse to consider other perspectives.
I truthfully could tell you it's higher margins, increased throughput, logistics positioning, retail performance, cash v. debt, expectations of capex reductions, share buybacks, $1 dividend, et cetera, but it's really just institutional players crowding into a low-float stock for the season.
People leave unvested equity awards on the table all the time. Speaking from experience on both sides of the table, new employers frequently offer cash or equity to compensate new hires.
Why don't you inform yourself instead of posting inane speculation? The EXCO announcement said Mark Wilson was leaving to accept employment with a private company. He immediately commenced employment as Vice President and Chief Accounting Officer at Petro Harvester Oil & Gas. One doesn't land a gig like that on the way out the door.
You know convertibles and warrants increase the share count significantly, right? Some have determined the share count effectively to be 400-500M.
Then let's make a bet like Buffett did with his S&P 500 bet with Protégé Partners. I say XOM remains a public company in 2018, and you say it goes private by then. Since neither of us is Buffett, you can shave a couple of zeroes off his $1M bet and make it $10K the loser donates to the charity of the winner's choice.