yes. that would be huge. The ILX and Civic share the same train I believe, so not sure why they can't do the Civic right now. Possibly, it only enters when the design changes. When was the last Civic redesign?
BTW - my portfolio is boring. very boring in fact. But mostly safe. AAPL, HSY, MO, AWK, CVX, JNJ, BMY, ADP, VZ, JPM. Those make up 80%. Can't get more boring than that.
I have about 25 investments in a 7 figure portfolio. RVM is one of those in the precious metals space. It is a small part of my portfolio. This is probably billy's entire nest egg.
they probably need to raise $10M by months end when the 10K is due to avoid a GOING CONCERN. Zero chance of them raising that much as it would require a shareholder vote. At current valuation, they can raise only up to $5M without going over the 20% mark
with the quarter being over in 2 weeks, that means to date, they still haven't secured even their first fleet yet.
Honda uses CDTI in 6 vehicles (well, 7 now with ILX). 4 are Accord
Here are the Acura sales by CDTI supported model for all of 2014
RLX - 3,413
TLX - 19,127
ILX - 17,854
The Acura is not a big line compared to Accord or Civic
that's a fact folks
The refreshed 2016 ILX was unveiled during November 2014 at the Los Angeles Auto Show, and went on sale in February of 2015. It comes with the "Earth Dreams" direct injected 2.4-liter four-cylinder DOHC i-VTEC engine mated to an 8-speed dual-clutch transmission which was first introduced on the TLX. Like the RLX, MDX and TLX "Jewel Eye" LED headlamps (low and high beams) are standard as well as new LED tail lamps. A new "A-spec" trim will be offered with sporty exterior and interior styling enhancements. Production of the 2016 ILX began on January 27, 2015 and moved to the Marysville Auto Plant in Marysville, Ohio.
The ILX is basically an expensive Civic. Not sure how many of these are sold every year. Civic buyers tend to be cost minded. Why would someone pay for the same thing only $8K more?
medallion business only makes up 20% of profits. At this point, they should rename the company. "RVs and Boats R Us", ticker RVRU
closer to recession? It's like boom times in the job markets. I know people who have quit their jobs and made $25K and $30K more. My deadbeat in-law even got a job after a year of being unemployed. It's like 1999