"Plus we are not obligated to buy this POS stock anyway. Brilliant!"
Why don't you short this "POS" some more ...maybe it will make you feel better, or take your loss and cover!
@ shmeister_roberts by your answer i can see you don't know doodly squat about the way a company operate.
Is AMAZON worth $380 per shares? They make about 90 billions yearly revenue and yet no profit.
Revenue is just as crucial for a business as air or water is for a human being; without revenue, a business cannot survive for long. Sales revenue covers the range of costs associated with doing business, allowing companies to pay off their debts and purchase additional stocks of inventory. Revenue can be a driver and indicator of company growth, providing a straightforward metric to measure how quickly or steadily a company is growing compared to its competitors.
For corporate businesses, as well as smaller enterprises, revenue numbers can also be used to impress lenders and investors, making a company more attractive by showing an increase in demand for its products and services
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Fiat bought Chrysler with Euros when the exchange rate for the Euro was $1.37 now a euro is worth $1.10
Fiat saved 18% doing the deal in 2014
time to buy baba
@ yp-_ At the end of the game, I strongly believe the only imbecile left on this board is you and the rest of the basher shills.
PS - I'm never wrong!! ;-)
Keep in mind the month of February was the worse snowing month here on record in the NE and midwest actually in most of the US, no one is shopping for cars when you get about 2 feet of snow every week and still going.
From what I'm reading it's like giving "un Cazzo in bocca" at all the US lawyers within the law suit :-o
another short in action they all come out out of the wooooooooodwork LOL
dr.pumpandump Member since: Feb 5, 2015
Monday 01/26/2015 11:57 AM ET - Dow Jones News
11:56 EST - With 70% of its earnings from North America and financial reporting done in euros, a strong dollar for Fiat Chrysler (FCAU) "adds significant transaction and translation tailwinds not baked into consensus numbers," says Morgan Stanley. While most US earnings may not be repatriated, the greenback's impact on FCAU profitability is still "very large and likely underappreciated." The investment bank believes the currency story, alongside an urgent management team aiming to rationalize costs and pursue unexploited market opportunities, will lead FCAU to outperform GM and Ford (F) in 2015. Shares climb 4.6% today to $13.49, putting the month's jump at 16%. GM and F are down some 3% for January.
If you have played the markets for the last 37 years as I did ....you'll know that this stock is on the way to break the all time high of $120. The DOW will be over 18000 soon again unless we have a major geopolitical disaster.