so after expenses you made $20/hr? Big whoop. don't forget your half of FICA or another $1.50 off the top bringing your true net to $18.50. Min wage is $15 in many places now. Thanks for proving our point that Uber drivers make almost nothing.
but CDTi needs PGMs to be high so that there is a benefit to using CDTi. you want PGMs to go up 10X, not down. What a dummy
GS thought he was billy. That is a better than 50:50 possibility. billy was always talking about PGM's.
whoever it is, it is obvious he wants to take away all the pertinent discussions and make it appear that CDTI is a viable company while discounting the imminent delisting next week and cash shortfall.
all the mindless posts are meant to distract investors that CDTI is less than 1 week from a delisting event. Where is the plan? You think someone is going to pour money into a profitless company? The biggest shareholder, Kanis, lives in Britain. He has other things on mind.
The company is weeks or days away from being out of money as well. A BK event would not surprise me. The 5:1 reverse split at these price levels barely gets them over the hump. I would think delisting is certain.
gold and silver soaring this am in a flight to safety with Brexit vote. Market will sell off. Look for good solid companies at a discount. Under $18, this is a steal and I am a buyer
why 8K on 6/24? There is nothing special about that date. I expect the next 8K saying they have been delisted on July 6 (3 business days after receipt of nasdaq letter) as of July 8.
ok bud. we get that remise. But why is that good for CDTI? It isn't. your entire thesis is wrong you shill. It will mean the opposite.
In the last 4 quarters from furthest to most recent, avg card prices/units have been $8.89/424K, $9.05/441K, $9.15/390K, $9.16/437K. Fairly steady to say the least. Card volumes this quarter should be up over last quarter by maybe 10K - 20K units.
Here is the same pricing/unit trend for coins: $19.31/534K, $21.51/433k, $18.67/443K, $14.63/815K. Last quarter was the lowest avg price in years because so much of the volume was the Moderns under the new pricing scheme but volume was almost double. Coin volumes will be down about 80K this quarter from last quarter. for years, $18 was the avg ticket price.
I am going to guess that Modern volume is down this quarter compared to last by looking at the pop reports. There was well over 200K silver eagles last quarter. Maybe 50K this quarter. Point is the avg coin ticket price could be up from last quarter. So even with lower volume, could see nearly the same revenue.
If we assume an even 750K coins and the avg ticket price goes to $16 from $14.63 (still way below the normal $18), coin revenue would be the same. If it just moves up to just $15, then coin revenue would only be down $700K. Keep in mind card revenue should be up $90K - $180K. Assuming steady 64% gross margin, EPS would be down about 5c from the previous record quarter 34c (was about 21c last year for this quarter)
So the bottom line is, EPS drop off from last quarter will be some but not terrible. Yr-yr EPS will gain nicely. This also does not consider end of year stock based compensation, legal costs, etc. Cash should be added.
they are at 684K qtr to date with 8 days to go. 750K is not a given as there is a travel day end of next week for a show. Will definitely go over 730K. I am going to post another thread about trends and pricing.
how could you not understand that CDTi wants higher metals prices to make it's reduced metals products more cost effective?
You are the dumbest shill in the history of the world. You must be the CEO or head of CDTi marketing.
could easily tie Apple ids to bank accounts as well as credit/debit cards and then could easily facilitate a peer-to-peer payment app like Venmo. Would fit perfectly with Apple Pay
I recently set up and love it. Used it at Panera, Shop Rite, Agway, Starbucks, McD's so far. I have actually been asked about it by other customers in line because it works so fast. The cashiers love it too as it speeds up the line. Even got my wife who is sort of a Luddite to use it as well as it works so easily.
It seems everywhere that stores have upgraded to the new card readers has ApplePay. I wish gas stations would take it
I find it deplorable that 9 days from being delisted and weeks or days from BK, you are attempting to sucker folks into buying this. Hey, this may get a takeover at $1 at most, but more realistically it goes BK. your constant shilling does not warn anyone of the risks
Lists of stocks with high dividend and buyback yields. GLW is #1
We calculated dividend plus buyback yields for the S&P 500, and then sorted the list so that it only included companies trading below the S&P 500’s current-year price-to-earnings ratio of 16.6 and the index’s price-to-book-value of 2.7, as calculated by FactSet. We excluded companies that pay no dividend at all.
GLW 2.67% yield + 20.88% of hares bought back in last year = 23.55%
despite that actual return was -4%
As a matter of fact, the top 10 companies all had negative returns from -2% (AIG) to -53% (Macy's), GLW was #2
Value play or trap?