Holding. We have a management team that has proven to be excellent stewards and a business model that's working. Earnings will be good and will at a minimum justify the stock price with a chance for much more. On the outside chance that we are disappointed, I don't see more than a near-term drop in the stock price. Risk/reward, I can't do anything but hold. Brian
I don't have an explanation for the bounce.
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"s5518 was available for 1 day at Amazon, and now it is not. When will it be available? Thanks."
"Hi there, We apologize for the inconvenience. We did not expect the inventory we put up to get sold as fast as it did! We are stocking additional units which will be available on the site by Thursday. Thank you!"
China June coal imports jump 16.5% on month to 16.6 million mt
Singapore (Platts)--13Jul2015/450 am EDT/850 GMT
China's coal imports, including lignite, thermal and metallurgical coal, totaled 16.6 million mt in June, up 16.5% from May, according to preliminary data released Monday by the General Administration of Customs.
"Coal trade data showed a positive reversal with imports picking up in June. They have been on a steady decline since hitting a high of 35Mt [million mt] in early 2014," ANZ analysts wrote in a note to clients on Monday.
China's June imports were, however, down nearly 34% year on year.
ANZ analysts noted that weak hydro output in June partly supported demand for coal.
"Imports have also found support from a widening spread between Australian Newcastle and Chinese domestic prices which continues to favor imports," they added.
Over January-June, the country imported a total of about 99.87 million mt of coal, down 37.5% year on year, with the total value of the imports nearly halving to $6.37 billion, the data showed.
Over January to June, China exported about 2.34 million mt of coal, down about 26% from the same period last year, with the total value of exports slumping about 38% year on year to about $248.10 million.
Canarsie, the answer of course is that a person needed to be a shareholder on 6/24 in order to receive the one for one right to purchase. Once a person has the right, they no longer need to be a shareholder.
Can you expand on "not lowering prices". Do you normally expect prices for smartphones to drop by the end of June? Does IFON normally cut prices this time of year? Does IFON normally cut prices toward the end of a quarter? Brian
I see 201,000 shares at the ask. Looks like someone expects some selling tomorrow after everyone has their right to purchase? If someone's holding shares with a basis of $0.20, why wouldn't they think "now that I have my right I'm going to take some profits. If the price drops I can repurchase the shares. If the price goes up in the next month I can get back in at $0.90. Thoughts?
Awesome, and even with my creative spelling of "company's". Zoom haters may be the answer. Sometimes a rash of red thumbs with no explanation for the vote can signal a short interest. I can't believe that here because of the razor thin trading volume. We shall see. Brian
Thumbs down. Okay, but can someone tell my why customer recognition of the Motorola brand, through another companies promotion of Motorola phones and watches, hurts ZMTP who will have the exclusive right to sell Motorola modems?
"Joseph Ram, president and CEO of InfoSonics, said: . . . "
Prime, your reprint of the quote from Mr. Ram (which appeared originally in yesterday's PR) and today's 8-K announcing a reduction in the Adjusted Quick Ratio required for the bank loan both fit very well with IFON's Facebook comment. The current quarter is indeed going well.
I wish I had an answer as far as the shorts. It's an interesting question even putting aside my ownership of IFON shares. It seems there would be greener pastures than IFON. Brian
From the above link:
Question posed: Why is Amazon "temporarily out of stock" of verykool s505 Spark so frequently?
Answer by Verykool: It's selling out so fast we can barely keep up with demand. We should be back in stock by Friday!
"I don't see it that way, Brian."
Hopeful, Prime and others,
You are of course correct. You put much more thought into your posts today than the few seconds I invested in my off-the-cuff and semi-serious remark. Brian
All that and ". . . so that we can act opportunistically in support of our growth objectives" means issues some shares when the price spikes to $15. Brian
Read my own post. Meant to refer only to Zoom Technologies management. Did not mean to paint with such a wide or bigoted brush. Brian
Chart, as far as the first two paragraphs of your post that's my story exactly. Learned some expensive lessons from the Chinese and I expect Frank did too. Frank was honest with us throughout the China debacle. He does a cc every quarter and answers the questions. Never pumps. Trust him to a T.