As of 0800 5/15/2013: 77 nukes@100%, 3@91-97%, 3@60-80%, 2@6-13%, 19 idle. Not really an above average amount idle. Expect more at 100% by days end. Besides powerburn lower right now.
From The press release 6/5/2012: " The AWN transaction is subject to Hart-Scott-Rodino review, requires FCC approval for transfer of Alaska Communications, and GCI’s wireless spectrum
licenses to AWN and is subject to other customary conditions. The transaction is expected to close by the second quarter of 2013."
Getting close on this.
Lastly notice the reverse Head and Shoulder formation from Feb.13th until now, with the neckline about 4.20 ish. North of that now on good volume with a gap to fill target = 4.50. All JMHO
Additionally from the CC transcript by the CEO, "Finally, regarding broadband, I'd like to take a moment to highlight the two significant broadband opportunities that lie ahead for Frontier. We have 1.8 million broadband customers today, but our network passes 7.1 million households. We've penetrated about 0.25 of the market on average and we believe our broadband market share can reach at least 40%". She later states FTR in legacy market has over 40% with room for upsell to faster speeds now available.
Yep and again from a post on Mat 7th: "The number of broadband subscribers jumped 2.3 percent, while the number of video users climbed 18 percent in the 12 months ended March 31, according to a company statement yesterday. Average monthly business revenue per customer rose 4 percent to $644.55, while residential revenue per customer increased 1.7 percent to $58.82. Adjusted earnings per share and revenue missed analyst estimates, data compiled by Bloomberg show.
“Despite pressure on the top-line, Frontier is nonetheless improving or maintaining customer metrics,” JPMorgan Chase & Co. analysts Thomas Egan and Lina Kabaria said in a report today". Their target is 40%. A ways to go but exciting potential.
Not in this igloo, but can always hope for a worse Q2 or other emerging propaganda or a general market meltdown. All possible.
I've seen this one a couple of times. "If the NG price was to increase, this would tamper the research towards many alternative fuel source." Can't quite get my arms around this concept. Doesn't seem intuitive to me because one would think for instance a bio mass producer would want higher fuel prices to sell into rather than say lower NG prices to compete against. Why would higher gas prices "tamper" or discourage research? What am I missing here? Scratching my head.
Date Short Interest Avg Daily Share Volume Days To Cover
4/30/2013 217,991 152,764 1.426979
4/15/2013 508,096 225,290 2.255298
3/28/2013 298,260 192,130 1.552386
3/15/2013 325,354 468,949 1.000000
2/28/2013 572,777 333,286 1.718575
2/15/2013 679,084 264,392 2.568474
1/31/2013 707,851 492,277 1.437912
1/15/2013 987,763 276,349 3.574332
12/31/2012 1,151,036 418,853 2.748067
12/14/2012 1,198,975 264,631 4.530743
Red not really wasting time as others benefit from supplied data whether a bear or bull and no matter where posted. You already know that but wanted to reiterate appreciation to take time and share. D horn bashers = useless noise. Come to dinner with empty pockets.
Your switch from a net plus contributor to the opposite is evident .A little spanking only hurts a little bit but like a child the crying gets louder the more no one notices. in your own words"gjn311 • Apr 23, 2013 9:43 PM
I am not a muppet. LOL If you want to rant, isn't there an appropriate place? This is the NG board. Give me some "useful" info on NG.
This poster is a positive experience to the boards unlike so the majority who bring nothing but Facebook comments. Come back to the contributor side, you will be better for it.
Would love to see 95-100 or 105 would be real tasty. My guess = 85. Still good for a little upside I think since it closes in nicely on the storage deficit and above the 5 year mean of 69.