Or you could calculate 325MBL x 42% x 25% x $100* = $3,4 billion
(*Brent @ $113 today)
Then add that to Royale's existing income form other sources - like 68 NG wells supplying 15,000,000 cubic feet of natural gas per day - and watch your short position blow up in your face.
Samsung is willing to innovate alright; it is the most innovative IT company on the planet ~ leading edge in almost every area: semiconductors, nano-capacitors, VLSI, screens, lasers... without Samsung, the smartphone industry simply wouldn't exist.
it's been pushing a new 52-wk hi every day for a week now... :)
The unrelenting, daily accumulation should be apparent to you now.
Yep, not much traction here until the next catalyst. Hosmer selling is just a wet blanket. You need patience for a stock like this, and i have so little.
In a special report today, Janet Yellen (senior partner) upgraded Facebook (NAS:FB) to a buy rating. Yellen notes strength in the the company's evolving business model and balance sheet. She believes that these strengths outweigh Facebook's weakening position in social networking: "Yes, it may be true that nubile facers are perturbed at being friended by their grandmothers, but the company is leveraging its capital and first-mover advantages into a powerfully diversified model." Yellen assigned a price target of $80 to Facebook.
Facebook's new Oculus division is allegedly teaming-up with Samsung to build the next generation of virtual-reality headsets, according TheStreetcom. The two firms are beginning the co-development of wearable 3D devices...
every company on the stock market is a pump & dump, so that was self-evident commentary; the only important question for IGC (or FB or AAPL...) is whether it is now in pump mode, or dump mode. I think iIGC has a lot of upside today, but you may feel free to short it.
well, you go to your order entry console and place a short. But their seems to be a shortage of shares today ~ i guess a lot of brokers went naked on it and nasdaq can't balance the float.
no ~ you're wrong about that. The stock will rally over the next few days, unless Ironbridge completely disregards the injunction, and that's always a possibility in the stock market racket. But (all things equal) NEWL should recover most of its losses right quick. Cover and buy time.
Nobody gives a f.... the truth is, internet computing is just rounding a corner in terms of hardware relevance, and all your hand phones, tablets, phablets (etc) are on the prelude of junkware.... so, i guess Blackberry made the right move by shedding its hardware skin. Whether it pays off or not is another question, but the future is all about network integration of existing devices. Every major IT corporate entity will be racing towards networking solutions as the year progresses. "Internet of Things" is just a Cisco catchphrase today, yet a precursor of what's coming; which companies play a moving part in the screenplay is up for grabs, tho Blackberry is holding a very compelling hand in this game. It's a spec play, as always.
There is no upside, and "7 cents downside" makes no cents at all. If it goes to zero - and it probably will - you will lose 100% of your money, whatever amount you happen to put into this scam.
Bond game... that would be good:
Bond (under torture): do you expect me to talk?
Goldfinger (gloating): No, Mr. Bond, i expect you to die.
Yeah, they said that about google too... when you the whole world as a captive participant, well you'd have to be a complete idiot to lose on advertising. Any newly monitizable vehicle introduced buy Facebook is a defacto winner. Keep on shorting sucker.