interesting in that the terms changed form the original prospectus. These are no longer convertible, just simply notes. They were calllable after 2 years, now it is 4. The par price has not been set.
I will have to re-read the entire thing before deciding. I liked them better when they were convertible.
there is risk. Just look at all the negative stories, high short interest, etc. I will wait and see how Q1 come out. I suspect just OK with continued deterioration. You might be able to buy these at a discount. I won't buy at a premium.
not sure what you are looking at but gold is off 2X silver at this point
why do all the nuts here want a market sell off or zombie apocalypse so that their PM holdings go up? How about the fact that copper mines are closing therefore silver production is down while investment in silver is up (Mint at record rates)? Simple supply and demand imbalance.
I have more in SP500 ETF's and large cap stocks than I have here. I don't want a selloff or the world to end. Call me crazy.
FYI - as a derivative of PM prices I like CLCT which grades rare coins and pays 8%+ in dividends. Will report a record March quarter and a large cash add. Well run company
the notes are senior to common and some other debt. They would cut/eliminate the common dividend of $24M/yr before they would touch these. So yeah, I fairly confident of the guarantee
there are boards to talk about politics. all I wanted to mention is there is a tie in between GLW, Clinton, and GS
Believing the LCD TV supply chain in nearing a cyclical bottom, Goldman's Doug Clark has upgraded Corning (GLW +2%) to Buy, and hiked his target by $7 to $26.
Below-average supply chain inventory and stabilizing LCD panel prices are seen as early signs of a bottom. Clark also expects Corning to benefit from "a combination of earnings diversification, stable glass price declines, recent FX moves, M&A, and stable shareholder returns as supportive of higher valuation and multiple expansion.”
what if she wins? Then they are a favored company, no? So I guess there is some political risk in this that I have not accounted for and did not know about.
does this insane rant have anything to do with SLW or the POS? In case you didn't notice, silver has surged above $16 in pre-market and is approaching the high of 2016. With a silver to gold ratio of 78, SLW investors will do fine as the ratio goes back towards a more normal ratio
I don't know why, but you really bug me
I come to these boards to find and share info. Not to cheerlead and not to bash. Ask a question or say something negative and immediately you get 4 thumbs down. Say anything remotely positive and the opposite happens.
You folks need to get lives. The truth is the truth, positive or negative.
Corning was upgraded to buy from neutral at Goldman Sachs. $26 price target. The LCD cycle is approaching a cyclical bottom, Goldman said.
Didn't the company say that 2 months and $3 ago?