Why are you bothering to ask cbox? If you are relying on his advice, you might as well hit the sell button.
It sounds like you are having a confidence issue. If that's the case - sell and invest in bonds. Much easier on the nerves...
If you believe in the company and believe in the conference call, sit back and wait a few days before making any decisions.
Hard to say since there are many factors involved in day to day trading. This stock normally hovers between 30x and 36x ttm earnings. It may go a little lower than that since earnings were only about 17% higher than the usual 25% to 30% above estimates.
Why are you concerned about funds clearing?
DTS Inc. CEO Sells 42,000 Shares
NEW YORK (AP) -- The chief executive of DTS Inc., which makes entertainment technology, exercised options for and sold 42,000 shares of common stock, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing Tuesday.
In a Form 4 filed with the SEC, Jon Kirchner reported he exercised options at $1.02 apiece and sold them for $23.34 apiece to $23.92 apiece on Friday and Monday.
Insiders file Form 4s with the SEC to report transactions in their companies' shares. Open market purchases and sales must be reported within two business days of the transaction.
DTS is based in Agoura Hills, Calif.
"...a weakening economy should lower fuel prices -- which would put airlines in a decent situation..."
Be careful of what you wish. A weakening economy typically causes the airlines to lose their pricing power due to reduced seat demand.
"...jobs go begging"
You should apply!
Oh wait, weren't you fired and unceremoniously escorted off the premises by armed men?
I guess the lawsuit failed since your here posting. If you had succeeded, you and SWA would have had a gag order in place...
"..... Airbus can produce
the product... Can Boeing????? "
Remind me when the A350 and A380 will be delivered...
"Ban the existing muslim Arabs from airports..."
That wouldn't have stopped the Pakistani's since they aren't Arab's.
This smacks of the mid-70's where we had inflation and a slowing economy simultaneously. Once again, it is being driven by energy prices and a war. Poor Mr. Keynes...
Last time we had this, Volker/Reagan turned the US economy around by tightening the money supply and reducing taxes. Unfortunately, tax rates are well below where they were in the '70s.
So how do you explain European countries that have been paying in excess of $4 per gallon for decades?
Their societies have not collapsed. In fact, European societies are doing quite well.
"UAIR shareholders were converted into LCC, as were AWA shareholders. No one in this instance went to zero and lost it all. Far from it."
He means the U stock symbol...