yahoo uses GAAP. non-GAAP numbers are fiction with "one offs". Seems the majority of companies have "one offs" every quarter
in this case though, the yen hedges are mark to market non-cash write-downs and write-ups.
shorts covered HALF their short position and it is now down to 260K from over 500K last report. That is also down from over 1M at the peak. With the stock near zero, where is the gain if you are short? Might as well slowly cover and move on.
keep in mind prior to last qtr which was a record, the previous all-time record was 593K coins. So this is the second all-time high qtr already with 19 days to go
Long Beach show is really going well. 123K coins mtd so far. Will do well in excess of 700K coins for the qtr, probably wind up between 750K-800K. So maybe we will be down at most 80K coins from the previous record qtr but we will be up 30K cards. so depending on mix of Moderns and Vintage and expenses, EPS of between 24c-32c for the qtr. Last year was around 21c
neighbor kid worked in a warehouse last summer for $12/hr 40 hrs/week. sure beats $9.25 part time
1. short term taxable gains.
2. This is a stupid stock to swing trade. Try AMZN, NFLX or other much more volatile stocks. Why would you swing trade a snoozer?
actually they exercised and sold $18.85 options that expire in 6 months. so the company gets a ton of cash and most likely just buys those shares back. If you had expiring options, what would you do?
you know, you paid shill, JM competes against CDTI, right? Since they refine and process PMs, they have no desire to eliminate them
if you held RVM and invested in HL, the RVM equivalent share price is about 85c now. so yes, somehow, and I can't figure it out, Dobbs got a better deal than Shanahan. Despite having smaller reserves, lower metals prices, a death spiral and no cash at all, he got a much better deal. Hats off to him. There must have been a bidding war and having the two mines was worth more to HL than just having one. 1+1 equaled 4 to HL and they paid up.
$115, $140, whatever. point is, the HSY market cap of $20B is nothing compared to Nestle. A drop in the bucket to Nestle. Rather than see the Trust as a hindrance, I see it as an asset; a buyer would only have to convince them and shareholders basically have no say.
Are you talking about the price your mom charges?
what a snake who sells and then has sellers remorse and tries to talk down a stock. You are truly a deplorable person.
so what does that have to do with CDTI? It has more to do with GLW or TEN or any number of large, global corporations that could actually supply China