It's not my problem you don't understand the technology and can't appreciate the potential applications of it. Go learn it... it's not that difficult.
Manufacturing is capital intensive. Capex and depreciation is a routine part of businesses like this and is not going away. Equipment gets worn out and outdated and regularly has to be replaced. EBITDA is a useful metric but the bottom line is what ultimately matters
That is no excuse for holding such a large cash hoard. If they don't need it then return it to shareholders. I can think of ways to use that cash to generate profits if they can't.
Any company in a strong financial position can issue debt at reasonably low costs to fund investments. The key is to ensure they generate a sufficient rate of return. If CREE is confident in its ability to generate cash then I don't see why they would be concerned about issuing debt to raise cash for projects when required.
Oh Wall Street banks understand it alright... they just don't want to admit that and acknowledge the very serious threat posed to their kingdoms by the fast growing BTC ecosystem. BTC is a truly disruptive technology and recognition of this is certain to grow by leaps and bounds in the months ahead...
re: large viewing audience... just because there's a channel doesn't mean a lot of people watch it. like they say in TV biz it's all about the ratings... and thumbs up are a rarity here.
Nigh... really? You have an extremely distorted view of Space-Time. You really should try a red pill sometime.
nigh adverb \ˈnī\
: close in time or place
: almost or nearly
Will Putin yield and let Rosneft in on the big deal?
@@@@@MOSCOW, March 7 (Reuters) - Russia's top crude oil producer Rosneft wants to break the monopoly of another state-owned energy champion, Gazprom, to export gas via pipelines, sources said on Friday, signalling a flare-up between powerful clans. Igor Sechin, a long-standing ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin, transformed Rosneft into the world's top publicly traded oil producer through the $50 billion purchase of Anglo-Russian firm TNK-BP last year. In a sign of Sechin's rising clout, Rosneft and Russia's largest non-state gas producer Novatek have already secured rights to export seaborne liquefied natural gas, reversing a 2006 law that gave Gazprom a monopoly on gas exports. Gazprom still holds the exclusive rights to ship Russian gas abroad via pipelines, which connect vast Siberian gas fields with European clients. It meets 30 percent of gas demand in the European Union. Rosneft in particular wants access to Gazprom's Sila Sibiri (Power of Siberia) pipeline designed to carry gas to China at a rate of 38 billion cubic metres a year, sources familiar with the matter said.
And I am saying lenape is the anti-pud.
Hey Indian, were you always a bit Loony or did that only happen after your NDE? Ya know there are far better places to preach and spread the Word than here in the Church of AIXG.
Obama and the team of warmongers need to stop playing in a sandbox and deal with the real world for a change. If he does back off and end up looking like the dumb kid on the block that he is, that will not necessarily reflect badly on future US governments. It's time the world had a proper World Police Force anyway. And I thought it was obvious who's wrong here, and it ain't Russia, much as I hate to say it. Although, if both sides can agree to a Russian troop pullout as a condition to a Crimea referendum with result abided to by all, then that would be a good way to get the world out of this mess relatively unscathed
I started a SNHY long position earlier this week... needed some exposure to the Industrial sector after selling my holdings of ABB which did not perform as well as I would have liked. I hope to do better with this one going forward.
I could ask you the same exact questions. Do you think you get bonus points with your maker for each post you make on a dead Yahoo message board asserting the existence of God? it would appear that in your case a little NDE goes a long way. Of course, even Eben Alexander has a hard time convincing people what he 'knows' to be 'true'. Personally, I drink my pristine water with a few grains of salt. Death is a one-way street... even the great Houdini couldn't prove otherwise.
It seems DNN is involved in far too many projects. I understand that is the nature of the business, but when a huge discovery is identified, I would prefer to see other far less relevant ventures rapidly disposed of. I suppose market conditions are the factor here.
The side that knows deep down they are wrong.
What is some obscure agency called OSCE doing there anywayr? Why aren't UN observers or peacekeepers being sent to monitor and assess the situation instead?