Not good in this market.
When it gets close to $70, analysts will downgrade en mas to press it down more while their clients are buying.
Boeing beat estimates, provided upside guidance and is getting clobbered this morning also.
Analysts hate great American companies.
QCOM has some support around $70 so that might be the time to buy if they can get over this Chinese thing.
Maybe price to book is a better measure for commodity based companies which requires the ability to project commodity prices into the future.
SQM Price/Book (mrq): 3.110
If that number is correct, SQM is overpriced by 311 percent.
Negative equity and negative retained earnings means even if they do make a profit it will go to whomever they owe the negative retained earnings.
Was the seller in a different state from where you received the camera?
If so could be a Federal fraud case depending on the value of the transaction?
The good thing for you is they cannot trace your post to you can they?
I have a growing list of nearly 50 USA listed China micro-caps and small caps that have gone belly up or otherwise disappeared. Looks like Chopped is abut to enter that list. The problem is no accountability and horrific history of similar stocks no matter whether or not they are real or unreal companies.
bnamericas (Business insight in Latin America)
Peru copper exports fall 25% in January on price, volume, By Alex Emery - Monday, March 10, 2014
Peru, the world's third largest copper producer, saw export revenue from the metal fall 25.3% to US$584mn in January on lower prices and volumes shipped, central bank figures show.
Total metals exports fell 30.9% to $1.31bn in January, helping to widen a US$783mn trade deficit from a US$328mn deficit a year earlier, while total exports dropped 17.6% to US$2.83bn.
Peru shipped 87,900t of copper at $3.01/lb in the month, compared with 100,400t at US$3.53/lb a year earlier, the bank said in a statement posted on its website.
Gold shipments totaling 253,200oz earned US$315mn, a 54% decline as the price slid to US$1,244.80/oz from US$1,672.70/oz in January 2013, the bank said. Peru is the world's sixth largest gold producer.
Iron ore exports fell 13.5% to US$73mn, while those of tin dropped 13.5% to US$40mn as both saw lower shipments and prices, according to the central bank.
Zinc slid 2.7% to US$131mn, while molybdenum fell 16.6% to US$24mn, both due to price declines.
Silver exports jumped 129% to US$34mn as shipments tripled, offsetting a 35% drop in price, the bank said. Lead export revenue rose 3.8% to US$111mn on higher shipments and prices.
1. Both are instant messenger technology.
2. Twitter limits the message to 140 characters. Most instant messengers do not have that limit.
3. Twitter added tables and index pointers to link things like who are the followers of whom and who does not want to be related to whom.
4. What else... really, technically, is the major difference between Twitter and any number of instant messenger services, all of which work just fine on mobile platforms of all sorts.
I agree with you. This should open between 47 and 52 with wild swings intra day and closing down a bit at closing. Good trader tomorrow.
With another spending limit and sequester for 2nd year this company will again suffer the consequences of across the board budget cuts. Basic research grants are slashed and will be slashed again if Congress fails again to pass the budget or authorize spending limits. Right now, the plan is to slash across the board.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
PEG Ratio (avg. for comparison categories) 1.71 indicates this stock could still be overpriced by 71 percent.
When it receives the next "complete response" letter from FDA the gap will be filled way down there.
IE 10 displays contents of password fields after they are keyed in by highlighting the "spy eye" icon.
How does a life insurance company make money during a period when there are huge increases in mortality rates due to aging demographics?
Is book value the most important number to look at from a valuation perspective?