I went online and suspended a line, and my VZ bill kept billing me for that line. Then I call VZ customer service and asked them to remove the charges and they only offer to take 50% off. I despise VZ's poor customer service and their corporate greed. Essentially, they are making their customers pay for a faulty website self service that doesn't work. Their poor customer service and attitude will be reflected in their stock prize. I will switch to another vendor!!
turbo box office is stinking it up like a cow chip.
short% of float = 40.50%, 18.72M shrs shorty
qtrly earnings yoy = -38.50%
profit margin (ttm) = -5.33%
return on equity = -2.90%
ttm net income = -$39M
debt climbed to $165M
out here in texas we call these "big hat no cattle" companies. do the math. FORE!!
DWA is a small fry on hype, it's their nature... the fundamentals; namely, revenue and net income are deteriorating rapidly. Coming off recent flops like ROTG flop, the TV revenue and China plays are pure hype and distraction, meant to draw in unaware newbies. The China box office take will continue to be inconsequential to their bottom line. I recommend shorting this turd here.
i am long on this open-ended straight, flush draw. A check raise at the turn.
i personally prefer buying silver compared to gold. Silver has more practical industrial and commercial applications. Then again, there are the Indians that love to possess and adorn gold. I bought some SLV to position for a robust turnaround in silver this summer
their inflation numbers came in tame, that means the refiners can expect higher margins - PTR comes to mind as a potential good investment here. Good luck all!
with lower inflation readings, the Chinese government is seen relaxing price controls for finished products (LNG, gasoline, etc.). This will translate to higher profit margins for PTR. I've been riding the Chinese SOE price control cycle, pivoting off their inflation numbers, which seem to be getting more reliable over the years. Good luck!
CHL and PTR will see 23%-50% stock price gains this summer. The Chinese government is seen easing on price controls, which will improve profit margins for state own enterprises