Socialism/Communism are wonderful aren't they? LOL... Oh & look what we owe
United States National Debt $18,163,618,868,290.39
United States National Debt Per Person $56,520.98
United States National Debt Per Household $146,389.34
Total US Unfunded Liabilities $123,297,327,356,957.53
Social Security Unfunded Liability $15,113,744,242,112.59
Medicare Unfunded Liability $79,035,411,736,628.63
Prescription Drug Unfunded Liability $19,945,617,375,489.73
National Healthcare Unfunded Liability $9,202,554,002,726.59
Total US Unfunded Liabilities Per Person $383,672.76
Total US Unfunded Liabilities Per Household $993,712.45
Gee I wonder how much longer before we become Greece!
fearisbs how's that major investment in AAL working out for you? LOl... Keep buying those dips you dip. How was golfing with your imaginary friend from AAL? LOl... Where do you fools come from?
The idiots of Greece elected a communist leader & a communist parliament, now why do you think these fools are going to do the right thing? They won't let Greece fail, let it be a shining exempt of what progress liberalism does to a nation. Next in line to default, USA.at $129 trillion in debt, we are living on borrow time.
In a report published Friday, Morgan Stanley analyst Joseph Moore maintained an Underweight rating on Micron Technology, Inc.
, while lowering the price target from $21 to $19. The company has guided to the August quarter significantly below the analyst's estimates, driven by deterioration in pricing and unexpectedly higher costs.
The analyst believes that while the company is unlikely to see any seasonal lift until Q4, Micron Technology is likely to witness weaker pricing in 2016.
"Price weakness has spread to server, as we had forecast, but we were surprised by DRAM costs rising in the August quarter, as production continues to be below our estimates due to the product transitions," Moore stated, adding that he preferred to remain cautious regarding pricing during CQ3 across all of the company's end markets, including mobile.
MW Micron Technology stock valuation range cut to $17-$20 from $20-$25 at Wells Fargo
Goldman Sachs Downgrade Neutral - Sell $27.00 - $19.00
Mizuho Securities maintains a Neutral rating on Micron Technology (NASDAQ: MU), and cut the price target to $30.00 (from $37.00), following 3Q15 results. MU reported revenues $3.9B, in line with consensus. EPS at $0.54 was modestly light of consensus $0.57. MU guided F4Q(Aug) revenues at $3.5-3.7B below consensus of $4.2B.
Analyst Vijay Rakesh commented, "MU reported its 3Q15 revenues/EPS at $3.9B/$0.54, modestly light of consensus of $3.9B/$0.57. MU guided F4Q(Aug) revenues at $3.5-3.7B below consensus of $4.2B. While weaker DRAM ASPs were expected, higher than expected 20nm and DDR4 transition costs could compound a PC headwind over the next 2-3 quarters. L-T we continue to see structural supply discipline in memory, but we are moving to the sidelines given the near-term headwinds. We are downgrading MU to Neutral, $30 PT from $37 and also lowering our estimates."
With PC weakness and related price declines continuing to weigh on DRAM sales, Micron (NASDAQ:MU) has guided in its FQ3 earnings slides (.pdf) for FQ4 revenue of $3.45B-$3.7B, well below a $4.16B consensus.
FQ3 performance: DRAM bit growth -2% Q/Q, ASP -10%, cost/bit -6%. Trade NAND bit growth -2%, ASP +6%, cost/bit +3%. DRAM was 61% of revenue, NAND 35% (32% trade), and other products 4%.
FQ4 outlook: DRAM production is expected be flat to up a low-single digit %, ASP down mid-to-high single-digits, and cost/bit up low-single digits. Trade NAND production is expected to be down low-to-mid single digits, ASP flat, and cost/bit flat.
2015/2016 industry outlook: Mid-20s DRAM bit supply growth in 2015, and low-to-mid 20s growth in 2016. High-30s NAND bit supply growth in 2015, and mid-30s growth in 2016. 2015 DRAM demand is expected to be at or above supply; NAND supply and demand are believed to be in balance for 2015.
FQ3 Financials: Weighing on EPS: Gross margin fell 300 bps Q/Q and Y/Y to 31%; lower DRAM prices hurt margins, and were partly offset by lower manufacturing costs. R&D spend rose 16% Y/Y to $406M; SG&A spend fell 3% to $169M. Op. cash flow was $1.34B (-8% Y/Y), and capex totaled $734M (19% of revenue). Micron ended FQ3 with $7.33B in cash/marketable investments, and $7.5B in debt.
I would but I'll be golfing on Kaanapali golf course. Have fun with your imaginary friend. LOl..
Today the Company reported that CEO Doug Parker has exercised and sold 113,000 stock appreciation rights (SARs). Doug received these SARs (similar to stock
Your the only fool I know that was buying AAL at $55 while everyone else was selling or shorting this dog. Don't worry fearisbs your 10 shares wont break you. LOl....
6/23/2015 Morgan Stanley Initiated Coverage Overweight - Equal Weight $62.00 - $49.00
Morgan Stanley Assumes/Downgrades American Airlines (AAL) to Equalweight
Your a blazing idiot! Your the moron that bought AAL at $55. Learn to trade you fool! Traders make money, morons like you lose money.
You really need to quite doing white lines when posting, it makes you said really stupide things like
AAL going to $80. Get real, thank almighty God if this pos see $50 again.
We track hedge fund activity on stocks primarily to gauge the stock and get perspective on what many of the most experienced hedge fund managers in the world think about the stock. For American Airlines Group Inc (NASDAQ:AAL), there was a significant drop in hedge funds’ positions in the stock. The number of hedge funds with positions in the stock was 123 at the end of the fourth quarter, which was slashed to just 91 by the end of the first quarter.