um ya. I'm avoiding that stock.....
by the way with the rise of AI talk in commerce and industry, I start to fear the Terminator movie plots becoming a reality some day. Our leaders are just not smart enough to avoid something like that happening
i don't mean to be nosy or ask too many questions sorry, but you guys are so knowledgable. how do you know Franklin owns that % of the bonds!!!!!!???? where are you seeing that?
Sentiment: Strong Buy
companies can buy back there bonds in the open market like that right on 25 cent on the dollar? I don't know the answer on that, I'm just asking if you happen to know the answer to that for sure. thanks
cmon I am in heavy in high teens, do you mind telling me how you are able to see real time bids? is it a level 2 software for bonds of some type? Thanks
I had a similar experience when OCZ went bankrupt and now Toshiba sells ocz chips and I lost a fortune on the equity....
cmoniv just for my knowledge. how does this news affect WTI's BOEM letter, aren't they two separate companies we are talking about here?
I did a huge analysis of the financials, since I'm a Chief accounting officer in RL, and I like it. I like the background of their CFO too 23 years at Valero, the 10k and 10q ending march look great. There credit revolver down to 150 cap, that's ok though, they can cover those payments and stay within all covenants. if oil is going to stay long in the near and medium turn, I highly doubt this company has any reason to file for chapter 11 at all. I'd say that's only a risk if oil goes back to the 20's and 30's. I'm in starting today.
Poorly operated company with very weak management and talent. Matter of time until someone better eats their lunch