Why doesn't PXD use their bloated market cap currency to make some smart energy VALUE acquisitions ?
SFY, for instance.
I ask ya?!
The malls are illiquid, and the tenants are weakening. The $50+ BILLION market capitalization was an outrage. As interest rates rise, it will become more and more apparent that these 'malls' will never have bids, and the rents will rollover into lower and lower values.
book value putrid $6.14
even today, after your haircut, this is trading at 10.8 X net tangible assets
welcome to your Vancouver shake down
You deserve it
No one needs your fool theories corncob. Learn to read a balance sheet. NEGATIVE $60 MILLION net tangible assets. That's what we call a zombie stock. Oh, and as for fundamentals? Building swing sets, eh? LOL
Clearly they have ....tightened their belts....during the recession.........NOT!
BH receives $14,213,382 cash dividends annually from CBRL, and another $505,100 cash dividends from UNAM annually. Put that into your enterprise value model ? Based on this mornings market capitalization, that is an internal yield of 2.9% just from dividends alone.
It's when you pay $70 for a stock to catch a $6 'special Icahn dividend' and then watch your stock drop to $58. The crack part is where you think you are ahead.
Any of you capable of reading a balance sheet? Here is a rare jewel on Wall Street; Swift Energy is trading at a huge discount to book value; SFY
Live and learn something today.
I am not short EOG, nor do I hold puts on EOG. I am not short anything, nor am I holding puts on anything.
EOG has a premium PE ratio, and is also trading at a huge premium to book value.
Your oil isn't that special.
SFY has some horizontal activity in Colorado that isn't even built into their already large book value. It's not easy to find a stock, particularly in energy, trading at a discount to the Graham Number. The Benjamin Graham number is a math formula, hardly one statistic put on a message board by me.
Your reverse split isn't fooling anyone, chumps.
Here is another way of looking at 3 energy stocks.
Net tangible assets versus current market capitalization
SFY $1048 M versus $641 M
BCEI $591 M versus $1480 M
EOG $1375 M versus $3504 M
The only value stock is SFY. Don't believe me ? Try the Graham number test. EOG and BCEI will not pass the test. I do like the name of BCEI, but hey, that's not enought to buy the stock :)
EOG is overvalued on many metrics; PE ratio, 2.5 times book value, etc
You want value ? Try Swift Energy trading at a huge discount to book value; SFY