Agree. If I understand it correctly, anyone can write an article for SA and you get paid by the number of hits. Nevertheless, it is a very well written article and seems to make sense. Earnings announcement tomorrow should provide a nice lift.
Thank you. It really gets old, doesn't it? I've been hearing the exact same thing for well over a year. I guess it depends on what the meaning of "Massive" is.
How could ANYONE'S life possibly be shallow enough or meaningless enough to waste ONE SECOND on such a completely meaningless topic ?
Although it is not a negative, this should have been factored into the share price a long time ago. It is and has been a given.
Among other benefits, the revised Credit Facility puts NES in a stronger negotiating position regarding the TFI sale. They no longer have to negotiate from a position of weakness.
Great article summed up by:
"Editor's notes: APO is generating outstanding investment returns, and has unique catalysts from its relationship with insurance company Athene. The stock is inexpensive and could see more than 50% upside."
Hey Gary, Yeah, I'm still in. Too stubborn to admit defeat. As an old Navy man, I hope I don't have to go down with the ship. The pumpers here are the same as everywhere else. Cut & paste all the Institutional owners while ignoring the stock price steadily approaching zero. And I'm a "Cretin" or a "Shorty" or a "Basher", etc, etc. for calling attention to it. You finish the L-88 yet? I think about that often. Barrett Jackson recently sold a '67 for over $3 Million.
Considering the drought conditions in California, this could prove to be a real plus for NES if they handle it correctly.