they did all that with an increased tax rate and spending a huge amount on R&D. I don't know of another pharma that spends as much on R&D.
sorry to disrupt all you OT posters, especially chainsawrepeat, but BMY just hit it out of the park and raised year guidance.
$25K in health benefits (yeah, insurance for a family of 4 costs that much)
other stuff like sick days, vacation, holidays
phone shipments per year are 1B, so my numbers need adjusting. Looks like they would need 5M autos/yr to equate to the entire phone market. Seems reachable in time
why would you spend $15K on a soon to be massively diluted stock? I could have some fun with $15K, bet you could too.
did you read the nypost snippet I posted? Drivers had to work 10% longer hours to get that meager increase in revenue. in essence their below min wage jobs just got worse.
buddy - you're going to die soon. sooner than most. Do you want to go out pushing that propaganda? is that how you really want to go out? Walk to the light my friend
to put Gorilla Glass and automotive in context:
- approx. smartphone size is 100M units/yr
- approx. car size is 80M units/yr
- 1 car is approx. equivalent of 200 phones
capturing 500K cars/yr (less than 1%) would be the equivalent of capturing 100% of the phone market which would more than DOUBLE GG output
GG is a small portion of the overall company. I think like less than 10%. Missing $109M in sales in optical due to a software snafu killed Q1. Whoever oversaw that needs to be fired.
still have 5 days to go. Could see 220K+ for April. Keep in mind the previous record quarter not counting last quarter was 593K. So we are well on our way to breaching that.
interesting. short interest down 100K despite a $1 price drop. Goes against what you would actually think. So despite buying by shorts, the price went down 10%. Seems no one is actually buying at these prices. I would wait until earnings to see the state of the company before committing new money here.
believe it or not, after they sell off one division to be completed in june, will have $10B in cash. Have said they will generate another $10B over next few years and will return $10B to shareholders via buybacks and increase of dividend 10% every year.
do a little research. I have been posting here for years. The company has a GOING CONCERN, had enough cash according to the company only to 1 month ago, is near being delisted, has a DEATH SPIRAL financing, and they sold all their mining equipment to meet payroll.
Seriously, you would recommend this?
MGN is near BK. Rock Creek is now owned by HL. Figure it out yourself. A mine will be built but not this one and all the jobs will be developing Rock Creek which has more mineralization anyway