So while you sell and spread your FUD others will sleep well for the long-term knowing:
2011: Their CEO stated their Pipeline worth $150 may be worth more than $1B someday
2012: CEO “Positioning for BO in 2-3 years" (means 2014-2015)
2012: CEO: “BO potential if 20, we’re long way from 20.”
They remain in some of the hottest plays in the industry.
CEO has experience selling companies.
Downside is also protected by a low-ball BO offer it it did get crushed along with EVERYTHING else.
Ask yourself… Is natural gas, oil and pipelines going to be necessary this year, next year, 10 years 50 years, 100 years? I believe so.
RR tend to do best in recessions, so its a great investment in good times and won't be as bad as the majority of stocks in bad times. BTW, good for you…smart moves! - Take care.
Do you think Merck did more than just a little homework before selecting AVNR as a partner?
If not, sell. But, if you believe that Merck might have a good idea about what they've gotten into. And that there are far more good reasons to hold/buy than making a sell decision solely on yesterdays update then why sell?
Addicts recover everyday and when they do many have more integrity than many on Wall Street message boards. I will happily buy your shares and plan to add to GG on drops. Nobody wanted SLW either when it was $3-10… most turning out the lights and ran, yet those who purchased and held made tremendous profits, perhaps fortunes (not that money buys happiness, because it does not). We are seldom lucky enough to find exact bottoms, but no matter. Traded SLW and GG before and always slept like a baby.
I will pray for you.
It's hard to get too excited about buying this stock when it's a fact that some individuals that own many stores are taking so much out of their stores in CASH on a daily or weekly basis. How's that for integrity and giving shareholders a royal donut hole.
Disturbing and sad. Not suggesting they all do, but some definitely do!!!
I've help this #$%$ pick from a broker-idiot I've since fired. Disappointment as I've been I doubled down near all time low, so I'm hoping there's only 15-20% worst case downside and tremendous upside…so decided, given recent optimism, I'll hold until minimum mid-2014.
Merry Christmas, etc.
It does MATTER where we have been; it only matters where we are headed.
This has 50-100% upside BO or no BO by YE14.
I was in 4s, 5s sold half 9s. Bought some back 6.20-6.30. Sold half because it hit 9s quicker than I thought, so it was a no brainer gift to sell half.
Depending on future news, I might do the same again, if given the opportunity.
I have never heard such optimism from executives and proof to back in up un recent years in small Bio… news to this point has be wonderful as well as conviction of management. If this fails, I will never own another small Bio in my life.
I believe there is a 50-100% upside form 6s. BO or no BO. I was very pleasantly surprised how quickly it ran to 9s (ahead of my guess…so couldn't resist locking in some profits) and with the uncertainty with budgets still ahead I sold 1/2 my position. I recently bought back some 6.30-6.40. The next opportunity to sell will be Feb - mid-2014 depending on what happens between now and then.
There's money to be made in any stock, including KTOS.
A bank can keep on top of its own asset/liability mismatches, but if it's financing customers that have mismatches of their own, it can open up the bank to problems.
A current example worth keeping an eye on is the funding provided to mortgage REITs like Annaly Capital (NYSE: NLY ) . Essentially all of Annaly's mortgage assets (nearly $80 billion worth) have maturities greater than a year. However, much of the company's financing ($69 billion) comes through repurchase agreements, with the bulk of that maturing over a period of fewer than 120 days.