A new article was released on Seeking Alpha discussing the merits of an investment in LUB. In general, the article was fairly positive, yet did possess a fair amount of criticism.
be patient..the company is in a quiet period, so they can't reveal any new contracts until March 14th when they release 4th their quarter results. The company already indicated that they will be making up some of their expiring OEM contracts with new business- we will just have to see how much new business was actually booked. In the meantime, use the weakness to accumulate a bigger position-you will be glad you did.
Cerebrus, led by former United States Vice President Dan Qualye, appears to be in the driver's seat.
The longer a deal takes to be announced, the better for stockholder's. That just enables time for another bidder to get in the game and a bidding war to commence.
if this passes, FSYS will be golden.http://www.levin.senate.gov/newsroom/speeches/speech/senate-floor-statement-on-the-introduction-of-the-alternative-fuel-vehicle-development-act/?section=speeches
just buy some calls to hedge your short position. That way, when SWY gets acquired, you won't get wiped out.
The company needs radical change. That's what Wall Street is looking for. Without it, the company is destined to produce the same old mediocre results until we all get grey hair. You know what they say, the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results.
not sure why these analysts are coming in with such high figures on what SWY will eventually sell for, I wish they would be quiet, as their rhetoric does nothing but drive the share price up, making it harder for those who want to increase their positions, the ability to do so.
when the news finally hits, it won't be like looking at paint dry. It will be dramatic. One thing for sure, anybody short a takeover candidate, should have their head examined.
why is that good news? It means there is less potential buying fuel on the sidelines and minimizes the prospects of a short squeeze
they could get way more than $9 from a PE firm.Heck, the stock was at $9.40 just a few months ago...If they sell, they would end up getting closer to $12 than $9