beachball, I hope you finally hang up your pompoms and stop the cheerleading here on the DWCH board. somehow I seriously doubt it and that's just bad on you dude.
Right.... you take SGYP. I'l stick with IRWD. Let's check back in a year and see who's ahead..
True. But as oil demand grows the number of tankers needed to move it from source to end user also grows. If demand (and supply) increases by the forecast 1.5 Mbbls/day in 2016, and a tanker holds 2Mbbls and takes 30 days per voyage, a total of 1.5*30/2=22.5 new tankers would be required to handle the extra oil. So what is the current estimated newbuild capacity coming next year?
The NDP is not stupid. They want the oil sector to succeed. I believe they will take a balanced approach that will ultimately benefit all involved. With earnings out of the way, I decided to take advantage of these depressed prices an added to my long positions in ECA.TO and COS.TO. Global risk of recession appears to be receding, and I think oil prices will head back up sooner rather than later. Good luck to you.
What attack? I assume you were implying Chuck should move on too and merely asked if that was your point. And still I see you can't answer a simple question... whatever
I was rebutting your statement that no one was going to shut down a steel plant. The report I posted indicates otherwise. I'll keep doing my own research and share what I want,to, not what you request.
Yup very nice results and solid outlook. But I don;t know about shorts getting crushed as Wy has dropped well of the high of recent months...covering probably yes.
@3:16 am Weyerhaeuser beats by $0.06, reports revs in-line (WY) : Reports Q2 (Jun) earnings of $0.26 per share, $0.06 better than the Capital IQ Consensus Estimate of $0.20; revenues fell 8.0% year/year to $1.81 bln vs the $1.81 bln consensus. Q3 Segment outlooK expects slightly lower earnings from the Timberlands segment in the third quarter. In the West, the company expects lower fee harvest volumes, partially offset by higher log sales realizations, as a result of a prolonged fire season. expects higher earnings from the Wood Products segment in the third quarter. The company anticipates seasonally higher sales volumes across most product lines and improved average sales realizations for lumber and oriented strand board. expects significantly higher earnings from the Cellulose Fibers segment in the third quarter primarily due to minimal scheduled maintenance outage days. Additionally, the company anticipates lower average pulp sales realizations, partially offset by increased sales volumes.
what's your problem anyway... you post 5 year old news and then expect people to figure out what your point is? sheesh
Pierre clearly was a bad CEO there is now no doubt. Vision was great but execution was terrible. But you were a bad manager of your investments if you did not properly diversify them.
PM is quite late to the game. MO stock price has moved up a lot over the last couple of years so any such move now will be relatively costly, but not out of the question.
BTI had a 42% stake in RAI for many years, and upped it significantly by injecting funds to maintain the same stake in the larger RAI-LO company. BTI also has a Canadian subsidiary called Imperial Tobacco Canada... how's THAT for confusing!
PS: I am long HXL and PCP. Maybe you should consider diversifying your aerospace holdings like me.
What is so difficult for you to comprehend. I support the company only because the CS project is finally set to launch after a long and tortuous struggle. It's chumps like you that hold for a 20 year ride down and then dump at the very bottom. Go ahead fool, time to sell your shares.
to Buy is enough to move this pig any more. Pretty sad state of affairs for ORCL lately.
@Oracle (NYSE:ORCL) has struggled in transitioning to cloud computing, but investment bank Jefferies says the company is doing better and gave the enterprise software giant a rare upgrade. Analysts John DiFucci and Brad Zelnick, in a research report Thursday, raised their rating on Oracle stock to buy from hold and hiked their price target to 50 from 41. Oracle stock was flat in afternoon trading in the stock market today, near 40. "While changes to the go-to-market strategy have been painful over the past few years, we have recently heard about better execution in the field by the (Oracle) sales force," the analysts wrote. "This is a relative statement, but is something that we haven't heard in some time." DiFucci and Zelnick added that the company's 12c and Exadata products could bring as much as $13 billion in new opportunities for Oracle. "Even a fraction of this aggregate $13 billion opportunity would be meaningful to (Oracle's) $38 billion in annual revenue," the analysts said.