Ethiopia has just purchased its first giant Roaster. They plan to stop shipment of the Bean and become the worlds largest exporter of Roasted Coffee . The fastest growing economy in the world is Ethiopia.
Starbucks and Green Mountain profits will be squeezed starting in the 3rd Q.
Any one know of any Hospital that is using DSCO products on a trial basis. The Insurance Cos. generally raise premuims temporairly when a new product line with no esatblished trace becomes the treatment of choice.
Thats right. Commodities continue trend flat to down. Yu need inflation or drought for prices to rise. No signs of this.
Key is demand increase in China and India (in July) and cut back in production by Israel, Russia and Canada.
Absolutely since there are clinics who are willing to certify patients & their medical claims. It is advisable ffor small nvestors to stand aside while this issue plays out .
Will take at least 2 years of litigation.
You win some and loose a sum in the mkt. Thats how it is.!
The Cloud space is being invaded by GOOG and AMZN who have deep pockets and keen apetites. That can be scary.
The cloud involves moving Technology. Amazon and Google both market darlings with piles of cash have both decided to move into data warehousing, intelligent data analaysis etc.These Cos have tons of cash to burn and small fry can be be runover.
Valuation fantasy.Manufacturing Q.A questionable. Hence hospitals insists on insurance to cover risk.
Overdue setllement of outstanding issues reduces the net worth of any Patent.
Growth rate is in decline . This transalates to a P/E contraction. It seems that the Hedge funds are keen to try for a D.B b4 they will exit.
Small fry like us can only watch our 401K shrink.
The bad news is Hospitals will not switch unless the Supplier provides Insurance coverage for the infant.
Hospitals must protect their interest since the Supplier has had a string of questionables by the FDA.
Close but its not a common. It is a Conv Bond yielding 6% witha warrant excercisable after 2 years for a price of $10, Their underwriters did well with 3% fees.