I am not sure whether you are in favor of this initiative or not. However, unfortunate it would seem that technology advances should be expected in the telecommunications field at a fast clip and that does result in a lower head count. Are you supposing that keeping the people who are being laid off could advance T more in other ways?
Well you can call me a double loser since I bought 1400 shares just before earning and find myself $2200 in the hole already. It is disappointing that while shares were at a very low level management was forced to dilute and, of course, did it one day after already disappointing the market. Last week was just the worst week of my life between Puerto Rico and buys like this
Seems like a good plan to me to capture more of the wireless market. I can't see where this is much of a concession as current T customers, those that were customers within the last 6 months and those that owe T are excluded.
MERGE is a great word. Do you have a clue as to where AMBA chips are used........in many of the fastest growing sectors and not only for GPRO but for their competitors. AMBA is in the natient stage of growth and that is why the market rewards it with a nice advance premium. I have loved the last two days as it has offered an opportunity to get in under $100 and to protect myself with calls that add another $4 to $5 to my pocketbook. Love it.
Even if Amazon's idea gets off of the ground, your analysis ignores the result of the increasing pace of online ordering and the reality that fuel prices will remain tame for years to come. S&P rates UPS a buy as do I and EPS is a figment that will be improved with logistic changes over the Christmas Holiday period.
Has anyone looked at the individual companies that are to be part of the 'spin off'? I am thinking that by looking at the size and financial metrics we would have a better idea of whether they can be the success that PSEC has basically taken for granted.