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Fresh Del Monte Produce Inc. Message Board

fstenuf2001 8 posts  |  Last Activity: Apr 17, 2014 4:10 PM Member since: Oct 29, 2003
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    Tanking...whats up? no news

    by onlibo2003 Apr 17, 2014 10:19 AM
    fstenuf2001 fstenuf2001 Apr 17, 2014 4:10 PM Flag

    High volume.......someone wants out pretty bad.

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    I don't care about the stock price

    by neiljneil Mar 14, 2014 10:03 AM
    fstenuf2001 fstenuf2001 Mar 14, 2014 10:14 AM Flag

    The only thing holding this dog where it is right now is short covering....going lower after CC...IMHO

  • fstenuf2001 by fstenuf2001 Mar 13, 2014 5:10 PM Flag

    The last time this company announced positive forward guidance was three years ago when Italy was still giving subsidies for NG conversions. You have a better chance of winning the power ball lottery then getting anything positive from these jerks. Sell any rally IMHO.

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    It looks like the earning will be bad.

    by jimsmith201060 Mar 13, 2014 12:14 PM
    fstenuf2001 fstenuf2001 Mar 13, 2014 4:33 PM Flag

    Right, wrong, or indifferent.....the one thing you guy's have right is this thing is a piece of Sh*t. Worst CEO on the planet. .Next rally (if there is one)....I'm out!!!!

  • Reply to

    nice pop today

    by realfoxiegirl Mar 5, 2014 4:13 PM
    fstenuf2001 fstenuf2001 Mar 7, 2014 1:11 PM Flag

    I've traded in and out of WPRT numerous times..net, net Its been profitable but certainly not a home run...more like a bunch of singles. They haven't made money and that's disturbing, however, most recently the stock acted well after bad earnings and the Obozo administration is finally renewing the push for CNG fueled trucks and seems to be gaining support. As for FSYS its a good company with earnings, a great balance sheet, plenty of cash, and a really, REALLY BAD management team and CEO.

  • Reply to

    nice pop today

    by realfoxiegirl Mar 5, 2014 4:13 PM
    fstenuf2001 fstenuf2001 Mar 7, 2014 9:57 AM Flag

    Just to add my 2 cents......I too have been long for a looooong time, my gut tells me that when APG really gets rolling...they will be bought out and my target will be above $4. ....just saying.!!! I love this industry....also recently went long WPRT and FSYS (presently small losses).

  • Reply to

    Valuation

    by oeo2oo Feb 13, 2014 12:16 PM
    fstenuf2001 fstenuf2001 Feb 19, 2014 12:16 PM Flag

    UPPER MARLBORO, Md. (AP) — Drawing a link between reduced fuel consumption and climate change, President Barack Obama said Tuesday that his administration will issue tougher fuel-efficiency standards for delivery trucks by March 2016.

    Obama said helping these vehicles use less fuel would have the triple benefit of making the U.S. less dependent on imported oil, keeping more money in consumer pockets and reducing the greenhouse gas emissions blamed for global warming.

    "It's not just a win win. It's a win, win, win," Obama said at a Maryland distribution center for Safeway, where he was flanked by two delivery trucks. "You got three wins."

    Heavy-duty trucks make up just 4 percent of the vehicles on the nation's roadways, he said, but are responsible for about 20 percent of the climate-changing gases that are spewed into the atmosphere by the transportation sector.

    Obama said ordering the Department of Transportation and the Environmental Protection Agency to develop new standards for the 2018 vehicle model year, and beyond, is an example of the kind of steps he intends to take on his own to bolster the economy when he thinks Congress isn't doing its job.

    The new fuel-efficiency rules would come on top of standards in place for the 2014-2018 model years.

    Obama also said companies that want to join an existing public-private partnership focused on energy-efficient vehicles will get specialized resources and technical expertise from the Department of Energy.
    Much of what Obama announced had already been made public, including by the president himself.

    Obama discussed the need for new fuel-efficiency standards in last month's State of the Union address, as well as in the climate change plan he announced last June.

    Trucking industry representatives and environmental advocates welcomed his announcement.

    "This announcement is another historic milestone for commercial vehicles and the many industries which depend on the efficient, reliable power of diesel and natural gas engines," said Tom Linebarger, the chief executive and chairman of Cummins, who spoke on behalf of a trucking industry group that has worked with the administration to increase fuel efficiency for heavy-duty engines and vehicles.

    Vickie Patton, general counsel for the Environmental Defense Fund, applauded the promised reductions in air pollution and oil consumption and the projected dollar savings to families and businesses that would come from more fuel-efficient vehicles.

    Obama called Safeway a leader on the issue. He said the company has spent money on cleaner, more efficient trucks with improved aerodynamics, better tires and larger-capacity trailers, and encourages companies it hires to ship its products to do the same.

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    Valuation

    by oeo2oo Feb 13, 2014 12:16 PM
    fstenuf2001 fstenuf2001 Feb 18, 2014 2:49 PM Flag

    Look at today's news....the trucking industry may have no choice due to new regulations.

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