Theory: people can get their gas at the gas station and then get something to eat. 1-stop shopping!
Reality: "The last place on earth I want to eat is at a gas station. How crude, how #$%$."
The only people I ever see eating at a gas station Deli are shabby locals who live about 1/4 mile away, or someone who is too lazy to drive the extra 1/2 mile or less to McDonalds
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Arena is also eligible to receive a total of $1.56 billion in one-time purchase price adjustment payments based on sales in the territories covered by the agreement. The total for purchase price adjustment payments represents an increase of $185 million from the amount available under the previous agreement.
Oh, the short sellers are buying up all the lube to prepare for ARNA at $20 Wouldn't want to be ya
Silver Production Up 42%, Gold Production Up 164%
How much Production Up does HL need to generate a profit? Had silver production been up 400% and gold production up 700% would there still have been a loss? It seems no matter how much ore they mine, everyone gets their cut of the profit, especially Baker 'n Boys.
What I would like to know is, exactly how much ore needs to be mined at the current rate to make a profit?
I am starting to think even if silver was $100 an ounce, HL would still somehow manage to swing a loss.
If NSPH had good revenues they would not have had to dilute shares; hence, my thinking ER will be a trip to the ER --emergency room.
NSPH will tank to approximately $1.66 a share in a huge cloud of confusion with people mumbling "Whaa wuh happened?"
In Feb or March next year, Ms. Lurie's agreement not to sell all shares will expire. In order to get as much for her ragged shares as she can, Ms. Lurie will contact the appropriate outlets to pump this thing to $3.00, maybe $4.00 at which point Ms. Lurie will be able to liquidate all her holdings before NSPH has time to dilute shares again.
This is only my opinion. This is not a peek into the future of certain events. Should NSPH fall to $1.66 I would strongly consider buying for a bounce
Norsemanwam, I have noticed your many posts and you appear disgruntled. Perhaps you are one who rode this trashwagon stock from $15+ to $2.00? I do not know. I do not own any shares. I bought after dilution and sold when after the 3rd time if could not break $2.15 resistance.
The truth is, McGarrity is a worthless CEO. Over 15 years sales experience and this fellow can't motivate a sales team to get product sold? In 6 years this bonehead has done nothing but collect a fat paycheck while "playing" at running a company. Until this jackoff descendant of Irish pigwomen is out of the company, and the brown-nosing culturekunt Lurie and her progressive charity bs is gone, I am not touching this stock for an investment, only swing trades.
I am not saying this cannot turn around, or that McGarrity cannot pry his sphincter from around his neck and get some clean air in his brain so he can make better decisions running the show. All I am saying is, until McGarrity like is Irish goon cousin Aubrey McClendon is gone this company is on the road to BK.
Personally, I don't think McGarrity could run a burger stand let alone NSPH.
If you have held over the years keeping the faith with McGarrity and scruvy crew, well, I feel bad for you but results matter. And I ain't seeing no results from this bozo.
A downgrade 2 days before earnings release? That is fishy. Pooper-Jigglies still puts a price target of $15 which is $2 more than current price. But why announce price target 2 days before earnings? Why not wait until after earnings to get a clearer direction?
Either someone wants to get CROX shares on the cheap or someone isn't watching the new intern at PJ.
Well, we will know soon after earnings what is going on. If CROX misses big, PJ will look like it has some credibility. If CROX has good surprise earnings PJ will look like a bunch of scroungy, manipulative buttsniffers.
This is probably one of the reasons Lehman Bros went bankrupt. They kept trying to shore up stocks hoping for idiots to buy. Everyone can see ISRG is overvalued, that pending Obamacare is likely to cause hospitals to not have the budget to buy expensive robots when a cheap scalpel would do just as well.
They keep propping this thing up and some fund keeps on losing money trying to do so. Today, some fund keeps auto-buying at $374 to keep this thing alive.
This is way over reasonable value. Nobody wants to buy this at this price. They need to let this thing fall to around $180 = $250 if they want anyone to take a serious look at this.
A double martini you've had, nearly drunk 10 AM. Good Lord, man, do you not see the huge, gaping gap at $5.50? You are teetering and tottering just by the edge swilling your beer mocking at the abyss next to you.
Oh, ARNA will double no doubt but not until it hits that big, sweet, juicy gap just within $1 grasp.