He just shows his stupidity to "STIMULATE" himself with negative feed backs as he posted earlier.
No mention of how much money they settled for to back his cost statement, but let's say if the fee's were maybe .5% higher than they could have been on a person's earnings or losses that they suede in the 401K, not pension, , it may not add up to much.
I would sure like to see the article where Boeing said "sales unfortunately the majority will be airbus"
Where did you read they settled because
" Boeing tried to draw out illegal pension charges to the very last second"
"Boeing knew they would lose".
There can be many other reasons they settled such as on-going legal costs,
why do you consider this settlement occurred at the th every last second. There wasn't any deadline as far as I know, especially within one second of meeting it. .
Boeing has nothing produced in Chin? Your a fool. Get some help for yourself
Have to wonder what a base model X for $70K might include if that is their lowest priced model that will eventually be released.
$132,000 base signature cart(90K battery)
For an additional $10,000, buyers can add "Ludicrous Mode" to their Signature Model S, enabling the SUV to achieve a 0-60 mph time of 3.2 seconds, according to Tesla. Owners can also add a "Subzero Weather Package" (heated steering wheel, seat heaters, heated washer fluid, wiper defrosters) for $1,000 and a tow package for $750 that will equip a Model X to haul 5,000 lbs.
There is no information on what the car is.
It could be the size of a "Smart Fortwo" car which sells for about half that amount and have less than 100 mile range . A configuration like that should be easy to build and sell for $35K
In today's dollars, at 3% inflation, it would have to sell for $33K equivalent dollars right now
I've never seen anything indicating it will be in the "luxury segment". It most likely will fall into the econo box category.
Coincidence? That is about the same timing they will start bringing in Gen 3 deposits that they can use as a way to raise equity. Say they take 20,000(that is less than the un-affordable model x ) at $5k= $100M cash raised with no product//cost to deliver. Bingo, they timed it perfect
"Will Tesla again need to raise capital and, if so, how soon? Yes, in 8 months."
Where did you read that. He has said he will be the last one to sell his shares, It would have been all over the news if he sold them.
There was an article yesterday about this being the result of the ex-im bank being shut down. Looks like they may have found an alternative where Boeing does not need to finance them
Does this apply to Netflix when you posted your suggestion I buy it at 127 less than a month ago?
I think it is more like he will CLAIM he picked another stock after the fact
He was years behind times earlier this week when he didn't even know there was a difference between a 401K and a Pension until he was told multiple times about it. Have to wonder if he knows SS is different than these two
What's a meager 14% drop in 40 days, Steve will explain it to you that people can only buy stocks on the first day trading each year or whatever date he looks back on to make his posts.
Spam spelled backwards is Map's. Steve will assure you that he can guarantee to get you where you want to go in the PAST, not the future.
Why did you delete all your posts for July and August. It it because Boeing has lost 4.2% but airbus lost 7.4% since then . Covering up your tracks?
Straight answer would be appreciated why you deleted all those posts in July and August. Is it because one of them you suggested I buy netflix and it has gone down 30% since then and you will not leave tracks on your foul calls
Even worse, he deleted all his posts from July and Aug where he was pumping it so he can deny he ever mentioned it while at it's high's
They did not lower guidance, do you really believe it took a news article for Boeing to disover about building more planes in this time period than new orders to get them to change it
If Boeing announced that they also are bringing back 767 body panels from Triumph, the reason could be that Triumph wants to get out of the fuselage panel assy business and focus on other "core competencies". They seem to be focused on wing components and assemblies
At the slow rates of the 747 and 767, they could easily build ahead on panel assy's at Triumph and then transfer all of the tooling and capital equipment to build panels back to the new location regardless of who will build them at minimal cost.
Time will tell, but it is not out of reason to believe that might be driving this decision.
The only airplanes Triumph builds panels for are the 767 and 747, which as you know have and are predicted to go down in rate.
Current programs include:
Bell Helicopter 525 Relentless
Inboard wing flaps
Fuselage panels and sections
Wing center section
Keel beams, acoustic panels, various nacelle components
Aft body fuselage panels
Inboard and outboard wing flaps and ailerons
Spoilers and flap composite detail parts
Longerons, stringers, shear ties, frame assemblies and other detail parts
Bombardier Global 7000/8000
Cessna Citation Ten
Upper and lower wing panels
Hawker Beechcraft 850XP
Nacelle inlets and cowl doors