When I saw your post--I thought at last, someone referencing the Rudyard Kipling poem
"If you can keep your head when all about you
Are losing theirs and blaming it on you"----
In any event worth reading the whole poem in times like this---
Your work is appreciated.
Two "Street" analysts maintaining $4.00 2015 price target---
Personally, I am still thinking $3.00---perhaps a range of $3.00-$3.40
sometime around NAB Convention March 2015---
IMHO a decrease in dividend to $1.20 ($.10 monthly) could be a little lower for first few months
then gradual increase so it works out to $1.20 for the calendar year-
Assuming one can buy this around $10.60 +/- works out to 11%+ yield---should be OK
Would like to see some decrease in management fees and no longer computing fees on
uninvested cash---also perhaps we can get the job done with somewhat fewer people --
There are still a lot of risks and everyone should do own due diligence---
Conference call was fine IMHO
Stock responded quite well and the near term outlook looks positive--
Still, a lot of risks (some exogenous to CHYR specifically, such as geopolitical etc.)
Thought I would refer to my June post in response to King---Will stay with
$3.00 2015 price target for now---will be interesting to see if the 2 "street analysts"
Dougherty and Noble stay with their revenue, eps estimates and price target
I agree ---both through the website, investor presentation and quarterly
conference calls it would be helpful if management provided more
information pertaining to goals and objectives, progress on
gaining greater share of a large addressable market, etc.
IMHO company will be strongly cash flow positive, this year and beyond,
and although many risks inherent, I am staying with my
guesstimate of $3.00+ next year. March price target---
With stock currently at $1.80, and assuming a "solid" $3.00-(even
one year from now) a rate of return of 66%
As we know, Shares trade very thinly--too thinly for most institutions and/or
substantial investors to want to get involved. Best outcome in my opinion:
-----Johan runs a tight ship----company starts to show significant growth
in operating EPS and Board of Directors find a strategic buyer
for our company at significantly higher price than currently prevailing
Best of luck to you and all. Less
I enjoyed talking with you tonight---Thanks for your insight--
-stock should work IMHO!
My question is how can leasing a car at $3.25+/- per hour be profitable---Someone comes in,
forms have to be filled out, cars need to be taken in after returned, forms need to be filled out,
payments computed and processed, car has to be charged, cleaned for next renter etc.etc.
This requires a great deal of organization and competent people who need to be paid----
Also, the cost of facilities needs to be factored in---depreciation expense, etc.---
This is just a question---I currently am long the stock---Objective answer to this question
would be much appreciated.
yes the double down should have worked---same thing happened to me---
I guess that is why it's called gambling---In that context Kenny Rogers
"The Gambler" lyrics are appropriate Theoretically Kndi should move up
This could be 100% wrong, but assuming a reasonably firm overall market
IMHO Kndi will move up this week significantly from Friday close of $18.57.
Shares will trade in volatile manner ---remember "it's a jungle out there"
Although --still the "end of the beginning" please check out
You Tube Nessun Dorma Pavarotti "Vincero Vincero"--
Well, it appears that Jeff's conclusion was correct, and it seems that quite a lot of his rationale
matches up to the Judge's decision, ----main thing s to be right and how one reaches a successful
conclusion/decision on an investment (as long as it's legal)---seems to me does not matter too much---
Jeff, and also Sid did a huge amount of work on this---my appreciation to both expressed herein---
Pip should open significantly higher tomorrow but this is still not over---To quote Winston Churchill
following the victory at El Alamein (after a long series of battle defeats in World War II)---
"Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But, it is, perhaps, the end
of the beginning".