sure, and who's the good guys... you? xtgeminiiputz? pud? you guys have a big problem down there in the good ol' USA and you're oblivious to it... Go duke it out with blades and bats for a while... then maybe you'll figure out who the bad guys really are.
A coup is one thing, but if you really are cheering for a war with other nations you're a sick #$%$. Keep your wars internal if you want them, but stop spreading the disease.
Ban all firearms...period. Let's see how many people die when the only weapons permitted in public are knives, axes, bats, and bows.
Uh no....53M is not a lot considering the total costs of a large fab expansion. The building is minimal in cost compared to the cost of the process equipment to populate it. The building shell is just the first part of a multi-year plan, and a lot can change over that period. You obviously know nothing about wafer fabs. But hey, ignorance is bliss.
I am reasonably confident in ENF.TO management. In the several years I have held this stock they have not stumbled on strategy and execution. The company will have $13B in secured growth projects and continues to state that the dividend will steadily increase for the next 4 years as these projects come online and generate cash flow. I expect the company to obtain respectable terms on the debt issuance to fund the acquisition, and am happy to see they will do that before interest rates are expected to go up (at least in Canada). I was hoping to buy more shares on a technical gap fill, but that appears to not be in the works any more based on how the stock price has reacted today.
@The Transaction will be transformative for the Fund, significantly increasing its business scale and scope, as well as providing a highly transparent source of long-term growth based on $15 billion of low risk, commercially secured growth associated with the acquired assets; $2 billion of which is already in-service and the balance of which is expected to come into service by 2018. The Company will benefit from this secured growth and expects to increase its dividend by an expected 10 percent following closing of the Transaction, anticipated to be in early September 2015, and by a further expected 10 percent increase at the beginning of 2016 and each year thereafter through 2019.
So the deal is as good as done now, and the drubbing appears to be over for ENF.TO. I suspect that the stock price was pushed down to ''adjust' the consideration payable to ENB by ENF to somehow benefit the firms involved, although this is a fairly complex-structured deal and it's not obvious to me how.
@@Consideration: The consideration payable at closing valued at approximately $30.4 billion (based on ENF 20-day volume weighted average price (VWAP) of $35.44 per common share as at June 18, 2015) will be subject to customary closing adjustments and represents a valuation multiple of 13.8 times the 2015 EBITDA (second half annualized) projected to be generated by the transferred assets.
So the conclusion should be that free money is driving the free markets. Then the next question is when the free money disappears, will economic strength have built up enough to offset that? If yes the bull run will continue. If not then it will end.
Yes, because DWCH will really move the needle for ORCL. Sheesh, beachball, you are really losing perspective, sticking like fleas to this mutt of a company instead of putting your money to good use elsewhere.
SSTK continues to trade weak on the threat of the new Adobe Stock product offering. The CEO brushed off the threat of ADBE when they acquired Fotolia. I guess the next couple of quarters ahead will really reveal his business acumen. SSTK does seem to be a step ahead with their decent sized and growing stock video and music offerings in addition to images.
007 that's funny!
AGA is pretty tiny with a market cap of only ~100M GBP. But I checked AGA.L chart and the company stock price used to be way up in the 400-700pence range before crashing down to the 70-140pence range in the 2009 great recession and never recovering. I wonder why? Maybe MIDD sees a gem in disguise?