It was out of service for 9 days. Since this was an unplanned outage, I wonder how much it will effect the cash-flow projections that were made at the end of 3rd qtr. If the amount were to be substantial, I hope the company would announce that soon, rather than coming up short when 4th qtr reported.
Book value went down from 37.55 to 34.25 because of the loss sustained this last quarter. I wonder how much of that book value we would receive if the company should go private.
While TLN did manage to hit the earnings consensus of .57, it seems to have missed on revenue.. Yahoo had the latter at 1.09 B, my broker says it was 1.6 B; the actual was said to be 1.42.B. I learned long ago not to trust the Yahoo numbers. For example take a look at PPL's ttm eps on Yahoo. It shocked me when I saw it said 1.45. My broker says it was 2.60.
The guidance was increased but only minimally. Definitely not enough to get excited about. .
I have held a 2 pct cash back, on everything, BAC visa credit card for many years now. I loved that card. One of its features was if the cashback was allowed to accumulate to $300, a cashback bonus of $75 was added to the $300, when the cashback was redeemed. I was informed in September that, effective Nov 1, BAC was automatically going to convert that rewards program to one of those so-called 1,2,3 plans (3,pct gas, 2 pct groceries, 1 pct everything else). I had no say in the matter. For me, that didn't measure up, as the grocery where I do most of the shopping does not accept ccs. Similarly, the place where I purchase most of my gas (costco), only honors the AMEX cc. So for me, the new rewards would have essentially meant only a one pct cashback. Also the 300 bonus qualifying amount, was to be discontinued. Needless to say, during the month of September I started looking and ended up signing up for the Citybank double cash card.. Anyway, BAC, you just lost another formerly happy customer.
Where have you seen what was expected from the power plants sold? .Tdameritrade has that PE @ 2.46; Yahoo has it @ 3.79. I imagine the difference is Gaap vs non-gaap. Where have you seen a balance sheet? I would sure like to see the latter..
What you are calling fraud, was just an over-zealous effort to collect amounts that were past due from dead-beat borrowers.
Are you really a teacher? Most teachers know how to spell "students" and " investigated".
I have transferred lump sums in excess of 100,000 to and from Capital One without any problems. Maybe, since they had the money all counted out, there was something about your appearance or demeanor when you came in that aroused suspicion. It could be that they were just watching your back for you..
We sure got taken on TLN though. Still hard to believe it came out at $22.06, and look at it now. Recently Zacks rated it as a 'strong buy but, that still hasn't helped.