I like your enthusiasm but we are not a small company and not likely to grow like Wal Mart. However, opening the auto market would be a huge for GLW.
That float was a drunken hangover from the 1999-2000 tech bubble. They need to buy it back or do a reverse split. Too many shares equal too many games.
You totally miss the Elephant in the room. Sure NG is plentiful but there is no motivation to pull it out of the ground. The discounts in the Marcellus that are necessary to get on a pipeline is obscene. No wonder CHK sold the assets.
It will be interesting to see if they covered or increased their position. However, we don't need a report to see the squeeze is in progress.
The short attack was brutal . Now, lets have a long attack !
Who cares, Sapphire is dead. What supplier is going to attempt it when the other one went broke. Gorilla Glass is just too cheap and strong.
There is a site called tipranks. As expected analyst are not much better than a flip of the coin.