I think they should focus on the service aspect of the business.........stop trying to sell million dollar machine and sell the service...........do regular printing customers buy their own printers? No, they buy printed materials from a printer.
The only thing that would justify the $4 drop is if somehow Sierra is involved with the VW debacle. i.e they helped design the emission work around.........other than that, price drop is a little foolish.
Earnings for TNH were a lot better than UAN........annual dividend rate over $10 a share and that's nice.
If you had made the 1.5 million dollar investment in Nov 2013, it would be worth around 750k today, not counting the dividend. If you really have that much cash, why not 300k in uan and see if it doubles?
Of course, what would be the purpose of the merger except to be accretive to shareholders? I guess it could be accretive to CEO.
One report indicates a $3 billion beat on revenues as analysts were predicting 35B instead of 38B. To me, this indicates that the new F150 will dominate market for years.
You are 100% right.......probably 80% of Yahoo Finance users are millionaires. You would think this is a good demographic for advertising.
The Beta version of Yahoo Finance is a lousy solution seeking a problem. You have millions of users of the old Yahoo Finance, most of them have customized their portfolios and use them everyday and now Yahoo completely destroys the functionality of it. It looks like it was designed by someone who never owned a single share of any stock.
Yahoo Sports and Finance are their only real franchises left and now they go and destroy one of them. As Donald Trump would say, "it's pretty stupid".
To me, I would be nervous about having to come up with $10 billion in cash for the streaming obligations. With the current cash flows, I don't see how they can pay for it.
The NFLX dirty secret continues as the streaming business loses money with an accumulated $10 billion streaming obligation. With quarterly revenues of $1.7 billion, it's hard to see the virtuous cycle #$%$ they talk about.
I don't know how a CFO or accountant could put his signature on the shareholder letter. Even their SEC filings refer back to their shareholder letter. The term "contribution profit" is nonsensical.
In 11 years, Liveris has managed to increase the stock price by $3.......talk about creating shareholder value. He could accomplish a larger increase by leaving aka Kullman.
If TD is going to expand in US, then BHB would be a natural target. Former TD executive is CEO of BHB and bank is in an area of Maine where TD is not particularly strong.
If Apple has three or four streaming options or, God forbid, doesn't pre-load Netflix then it could be a real down day. Apparently, streaming is not that hard to do.
So every time one of them gets pregnant, it cost the company $10,000,000 in parental leave benefits........assuming every employee is there for 20 years.