You must have the same idiot brain cells as Hawkthemolester, he's as clueless as u are.
Seriously does anyone know what this new drug is worth if approve? Anyone???
You the man! How's that's trade working out for you? LOL.... time to crawl back under your rock.
The company has a $10.7 billion debt load and continual losses quarter after quarter. Case in point was a loss of $263 million in the second quarter of 2015 on $455 million of revenue.
There are a few alarming numbers in last quarter's report besides the loss. First is that marketing and administration costs were $259 million, more than two and a half times the $103 million gross margin the company generated. On top of that, interest expense was $146 million, again more than gross margin.
With losses mounting and debt piling up, the only way for SunEdison to get out from under the pressure is to build more projects even faster with even more debt. It's the only path to potential profitability, but it's fraught with risk if interest rates rise or competitors with better technology begin winning projects. Given First Solar and SunPower's profitable results over the last two weeks, I think that second concern is bigger than SunEdison wants to admit.
I give Sune les then 2 years before it folds.
"Simply put, the product remains too difficult to use," says CFO Anthony Noto on Twitter's (NYSE:TWTR) earnings call, echoing a frequent complaint. He adds sustained user growth shouldn't be expected until Twitter can (in his view) reach the mass market, and that this will take a "considerable" amount of time. (live blog)
Also: 1) Noto states direct response ad formats such as app install ads (a culprit behind the soft guidance Twitter provided in April) make up 25% of ad revenue. 2) Jack Dorsey says Twitter has no update regarding its CEO search. 3) While global MAUs rose by 8M Q/Q, U.S. MAUs were flat at 66M. The U.S. still accounted for 64% of revenue in Q2. 4) Much time was spent discussing Project Lightning (due this fall), which will let users follow streams centered around specific events.
You might want to check earnings estimates again, 2016 has fallen from $8.78 to $6.50. AAL is fairly price right now, unless earnings keep falling.
Nevertheless, on Friday Deutsche Bank analyst Mike Linenberg cited "continued PRASM weakness" as he maintained a hold rating and a $50 price target, while Cowen & Co. analyst Helane Becker, in a report titled "The Frustration Continues," maintained a market perform rating and a $45 price target.
Linenberg said his concern is that "continuation of strong profits may not be enough to boost share performance.
Becker wrote, "We do not expect the shares of American to outperform the market in the near term as the company continues to be faced with competitive pressure in Dallas (and) weak economies in Latin America where American is the dominant U.S. operator will continue to weigh on results."
Becker noted that American does not expect PRASM growth until mid-2016. By contrast, on the Delta call, Bastian said Delta expects PRASM to turn profitable in the fourth quarter.
Nevertheless, Wolfe Research analyst Hunter Keay rated American outperform and has a $65 price target.
American "is buying back an enormous amount of stock (potentially 10% of the market cap in 18 months), which is a proven path to re-rating across numerous other industries," Keay wrote. "This should not be overlooked. But it is. "
But Call Commentary Spooked Investors: Despite any positives and
what seemed like a more bullish tone vs. intra quarter, remarks on the
domestic revenue environment spooked the market. Management
commented that it continues to match "more and more" LCC prices, that
there is "no improvement in domestic market detected" and a "reasonable
expectation is for positive PRASM in the second half of 2016". Further, the
admission that US Airway's Advantage Fares had been expanded to the
entire AA network post-merger also came as a surprise, although the
company asserts this is not a recent change and started last year.
Regardless of when it happened, the message was that that American
would continue its aggressive revenue management strategies and Q3
domestic PRASM would be down similar to Q2's 5% decline.
EPS Trends is down not up bearsrunfrombulls you fool!
Current Estimate 2.64 1.78 8.76 6.59
7 Days Ago 2.68 1.84 8.85 6.84
30 Days Ago 2.73 1.91 8.99 6.87
60 Days Ago 3.00 2.12 9.76 7.68
90 Days Ago 3.24 2.23 10.39 8.44
Earning estimates need to way down from hear.